Speech by German Chancellor on 20th anniversary of Munich Putsch, Berlin, Germany, 8/11/1943
REEL 1: Speech: Hitler: analysis of history, 1914-1918; review of quality of German leadership and failure of Weimar Republic; reference to George Clemenceau's attitude to Germans; significance of Jewish influence; reference to Munich Putsch and rebuilding of Nazi Party; analysis of Bolshevist aims in Europe with reference to Josef Stalin and the invasion of Finland; significance of Italy's collapse; situation on Eastern Front.
REEL 2 Continues: reference to Facist Italy's collapse; reaction to Allied propaganda and conferences; capital punishment for German 'Quislings'; effects of Allied bombing; refutation of rumoured breakdown; reference to 'Mein Kampf' and religion.
REEL 3 Continues: remembrance of victories during 1914-1918; relationship between Nazi Party and German people. Music and announcer.