Another from the treasure trove of my father's World War II era belongings. This I presume was meant to be dropped into a German city, for someone to read. Please excuse the crookedness of this, as I took a photo, and not a scan. Here's a translation:
At the top: On February 18th, 1943, a few weeks after the catastrophe of Stalingrad, Dr. Goebbels put the question to a mass meeting at the Berlin Sportpalast:
Large print: "DO YOU WANT TOTAL WAR?"
An enthusiastic YES was the answer of the Nazi-Meeting. Today Germany knows what total wars means, better than Goebbels and his yes-shouters foresaw. The total war, wanted by the Nazis, will be continued with ever increasing weight and effectiveness, until Germany capitulates unconditionally.
Beneath the picture: THE GERMAN PEOPLE MUST CHOSE FOR THEMSELVES:
EITHER continuation of the total Nazi-war until final destruction of German man-power and industry -- OR:
The rest of the message is continued on the back. If you want to see, just leave me a note, and I'll upload and have a translation.