High Command headed by Hitler, did not see and did not recognize it. After each "failure" of his anger against the army grew. How is it possible that the army, on whose shoulders lay the whole defense of the motherland during the last years of the war, was still the Cinderella of the German armed forces? Detailed answers to this question - the problem of the third chapter of this book. But before we undertake this effort, I think it would be right to consider briefly some aspects of propaganda during the war. This will help to better understand some of the events that took place in the central leadership the army before the war and which are described in the second chapter.