German Propaganda Archive Calvin College



Background: The Nazi Party depended heavily on speakers to get its message across. Those speakers needed to be informed. This is a collection of translations from the Redner-Schnellinformation, irregular bulletins sent to Nazi speakers with instructions on how to handle particular issues. They were issued by the Reichspropagandaleitung, the Party’s propaganda office.

Source: Incomplete runs of these are available at the Bundesarchiv in Berlin and the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek in Leipzig. The last issue I have seen is dated mid-February 1944.

Speaker Express Information (1941-1944)


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