Today I’m adding what was probably Julius Streicher’s last major speech, delivered on 31 October 1939. He was in considerable difficulty at the time, and was shortly afterward exiled to his country estate outside Nuremberg.
World War II was in its “phony war” stage. Poland was defeated, but little was happening on the battlefields. Streicher includes his usual anti-Semitic arguments and encourages his audience to have faith in Hitler.