Photograph of crowds of Berliners listening to Joseph Goebbels's speach. "Wide World Photo Please watch your credit 898658 When Berlin crowds listened to Goebbels Berlin, Germany. This was the scene as thousands of Berliners gathered in the Lustgarten Sept. 26 to listen to a speech by Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, who declared that he foresaw a peaceful solution of the Sudeten-German dispute "within a few days". "I, as a man in the know of things", he declared, "can tell you we neither can nor want to retreat, as the Fuehrer [sic] has pledged his word to support the Sudetens, but the solution is imminent". N-10/6/38 (s)" -- typed note attached to verso. "Received. Examiner reference library. Oct 12, 1938" -- stamped on verso.