It's from 1945 and purports to teach Everyday English. One thing that amuses me is the transcription system, which is geared to the German reader.
Look at the way the <th> is transcribed and you will understand why so many Jerries replace /θ, ð/ by /s, z/. Some still seem to have the booklet in one of their desk drawers.
"Ve have ße means to make u talk"
(Mind the use of the definite article!)