Accuses the German soldiers of needlessly prolonging the war because of their obstinacy, then stresses the hopelessness of Germany’s plight: thousands of bombs dropped daily, allied advances from East and West; millions homeless; thousands dying as refugees, and 50 nations at war with Germany. Praises the qualities of German soldiers but argue that they must collectively renounce these virtues in pursuit of the greater goals of peace and saving what remained of their country.
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