Because he was obliged to maintain the morale of the Germans at the highest level, even during difficult trials, he had to work day and night. At the beginning of the war it was possible to dispense with universal enthusiasm, but now the situation was different. First, its promotion by all available means proved that the Germans do not hate either the French or the British, or the peoples of other countries with which Germany was at war. He appealed to the Germans: "Do not remain complacent!" He said the British: "We hate you with all my heart!" Thus he showed the Germans that their moral duty - to hate the enemy. He noted with displeasure: "We Germans are fanatical supporters of justice. Sometimes we go so far in our quest for fairness, we fear seem unfair to the opponent and too harshly judged themselves. "