German Propaganda Archive Calvin College



Background: The Nazi Party depended heavily on speakers to get its message across. Those speakers needed to be informed. The material in these guidelines was translated into thousands of individual speeches delivered in every part of Germany.

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. I would be happy to add translations of the issues I have not seen. Scans, if you have them, would be appreciated.

Speaker Express Information (1941-1944)


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