In mid-March 1943, the Reich press chief was at his wits end. The decisive battles of Stalingrad and El Alamein had been lost a few months earlier. But at least Otto Dietrich still wanted to win the war of words. And so, in an answer distributed by the German short-wave broadcaster and adopted by the newspapers that were brought into line, he defended himself against the accusation that National Socialism considered the Germans to be a master race US Vice President Henry Wallace.
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When Hitler banned the Third Reich
In mid-March 1943, the Reich press chief was at his wits end.
02 March 2023 Thursday 04:46 - 16 reads.
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