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Post by Gen.Graf » 26 Nov 2003 22:00

Can anyone post some editorials from during World War two, from Germany? If you can thanks in advance. :D

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Post by alsaco » 29 Nov 2003 15:09

What do you mean by editorial during the Third Reich ?.

If you think editorial in to-days way, free expression of an opinion leader or a newspaper, there were no editorial in the press or radio. Newspaper only echoed the official truth on events, as prescribed by the propaganda ministry.

If you think official opinion, then refer to official speeches, given by the official in charge. Usually each main event provoked a speech by Goebbels, or, if essential, by Hitler.

If you think official party provocation, or preparation of a new doctrinal move, have a look at the Stürmer (racial) or Völkischer Beobachter (social)

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Post by Dora » 02 Dec 2003 14:09

Your best source for this type of informatrion is to visit the largest library closest to you. In their refrence section should be newspapers copied onto microfilm (or other modern reduction and storage technologies) of newspapers dating back a good number of years.

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