Two days back I posted an item from Gau Sachsen. I decided to add the rest of the material I gathered from a recent visit to the German National Library in Leipzig.
It consists of seven issues of a newsletter to propagandists and one issue of advice for propagandists holding evening discussion meetings with party members. The party members were expected to use the material in their conversations with friends and work mates. A particularly interesting aspect to the material is its reliance on enemy newspapers and magazines. By the end of the war Germans had decreasing confident in their own media, which steadily predicted final victory even as German forces steadily retreated. Unused to material in their press that did not support the party line, such material was persuasive (and often taken out of context).