During a speech in a Munich exhibition hall, Adolf Hitler expresses his confidence that the plebiscite in a couple of weeks will reveal that the German people support him, the Nazi Party, and their policies. He also says that he is only following path designated for him by a higher power.
According to Hitler:
"Neither threats nor warnings will prevent me from going my way. I follow the path assigned to me by Providence with the instinctive sureness of a sleepwalker. My destination is the peace rooted in the equal rights of the nations. We are one of Europe's major powers and wish to be respected as a major power. ...
Now I have worked for three years, together with my men, my companions and comrades in arms. And now the German Volk shall judge whether or not I have been industrious these three years, whether I have worked these three years, or not worked."