Frau Pomsel was employed by Goebbels from 1942 until the end of the war in May 1945. But while his propaganda presented himself to the German people as a jovial fellow Nazi, she remembers him as a cold and distant monster.
'You couldn't get close to him,' said Frau Pomsel. 'He never once asked me a personal question. Right up until the end I don't think he knew my name.
How typical of 'the media' to add words which were not said.
I only learned about the Jewish extermination programme after the war. Goebbels never mentioned it in his correspondence.
As chief secretary, Frau Pomsel had access to top-secret papers which showed how badly the war was in fact going for Germany.
So, she heard nothing from the 'monster' himself, even though
She took down every word that Goebbels uttered, both his private correspondence and his official orders ...
She had access to top-secret documents, and only "learned about the Jewish extermination programme after the war".
"Learned" to be sure, after
the Allied propaganda kicked in. And so much for the alleged 'proof' supposedly shown in Goebbel's diaries.
Logic dictates the Revisionist conclusion.