Type specimen, Remington typewriter
V – V2
Our nation stands shaken before the demise of the men of Stalingrad. The brilliant strategy of a Lance Corporal from the World War has senselessly and irresponsibly driven three hundred thirty thousand German men to death and destruction. Führer, we thank you!
Unrest ferments among the German people: Shall we continue to entrust the fate of our armies to a dilettante? Do we wish to sacrifice the remainder of our German youth to the vile instinct for power of a Party clique? On no account!
The day of reckoning has come, the reckoning of our German youth with the most abominable tyranny that our nation has ever endured. In the name of all the German youth, we demand that Adolf Hitler’s government return to us our personal freedom, the most valuable possession a German owns. He has cheated us of it in a most contemptible manner.
Type specimen [Note 1] from the Remington typewriter
Portable No. NL 82 533 M
Note 1: The other “type specimens” are not included here unless they provide new information not in the rest of the files– this one was merely an example for informational purposes.
Source: ZC13267 (200)