Can the forum provide a recording with translation of the after dinner speech delivered by Adolf Hitler around the time of operation "Hubertus", the last German offensive at Stalingrad before operation "Uranus" encircled them? I believe this was the only example of a radio speech that Hitler had broadcast in all of WW2 that actually referred to the conduct and progress of a battle that was still going on, and it was, (I think) one of the last speeches ever made public and broadcast while it was being made. In this speech, Hitler claimed, in words to that effect..."You know we really have got it, there are a few minor pockets to overcome, but we really have...." What was amazing about Hubertus was that it came awfully close to doing exactly that, with Chuikovs forces pushed back to a few pockets right on the Volga itself, but with the Sixth Army totally exhausted by the effort and demoralization setting in, with soldiers referring to the battle as "Verdun on the Volga". "Hubertus" was launched in early November wasn't it? Chris. P.S. Someone must know. It would be a nice thing to post. Please help!