Deutsches Rundfunk-Archiv at Frankfurt/Main should have it. (20 years
ago they did not, but may have acquired it meanwhile).
The radio archive does not serve the public in general, but you might
Am 23.09.2020 um 15:30 schrieb Smetanick, Patrick:
> The Posen speech has been digitally preserved at the Library of Congress. It was pressed to approximately 40 vinyl discs. You can contact the Recorded Sound Research Center for more information. I don't know what restrictions there may be on the material.
> Patrick Smetanick
> Audio Preservation Specialist
> Library of Congress
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> Hello all,
> Since the National Archives is not available, does anyone know where a full copy of Heinrich Himmler’s 1943 “Speech to the SS Officers” at Posen might be available? An excerpted version is available online but the entire speech is needed. I believe they have already checked with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
> Himmler, Heinrich. "Speech to the SS Officers" ("Rede zu den SS Fuhrern"). Posen, Oct. 4, 1943. Approx. 190 min. Item 242-256, 242-259, 242-257, 242-251, 242-252, 242-249, 242-264, 242-263, 242-250, 242-266, 242-180.
> Thank you.
Dr. Rainer E. Lotz
53177 Bonn (Germany)