Germany Speaks


By Joachim von Ribbentrop, Published in 1938



By Joachim von Ribbentrop and 21 state and party leaders. Nazi Germany explains itself to the English speaking world: the full original text from 1938.

In the year immediately preceding the outbreak of the Second World War, the German foreign office launched an unprecedented campaign in Britain to explain the inner workings of Nazi Germany.

The highpoint of this campaign was this book, a four part set of 21 essays by leading party and state officials, each explaining in detail the practical implementation and rationale of their policies. Contributors include Otto Dietrich, Fritz Todt, Robert Ley, R. Walther Darré, Wilhelm Frick, Ritter Von Epp, and many others.

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