In October 1984 Apple introduced the Macintosh in Germany at the "office & computer" trade show Orgatec in Cologne. At the time Orgatec was considered the biggest and most influential computer trade show in Germany (CeBIT was still part of the Hannover Messe and hasn't yet become the palooza it is today).
My dad ordered one of the first Macs which became available in Germany at that show. 128 kilobytes of RAM, single 400 kilobyte floppy drive, no hard disk. Hard to imagine these days. And yet - it was the most incredible piece of technology.
This original Mac came with a set of software - all on 3.5" floppy disks: The system itself, MacWrite and MacPaint as well as a set of "Guided Tours". One for the Macintosh, the other for MacWrite and MacPaint. These tours were semi-automatically running applications which came with an audio cassette to provide the narration and instructions.
Recently I came across the old tapes my dad still had in storage and digitized them. For a true "blast from the past" - here are the tapes (for some added fun - they are in German):
A Guided Tour to Macintosh (Note: The tape is identical on both sides)
A Guided Tour to MacWrite • MacPaint - Side A
A Guided Tour to MacWrite • MacPaint - Side B
BONUS: While going through a box of old stuff I also found the original manual, two brochures for the Macintosh and the very first edition of MACup, the first German Macintosh computer magazine. Here's a photoset of these items.
I also came across the fabulous Guidebook Gallery site which has recordings of the English language version of the Guided Tour to Macintosh complete with a transcript and screenshots.
And as a special bonus - and just in case you haven't seen this before: Richard Milewski, a colleague of mine, brought an original 1970's Steven Jobs (yes, it's Steven - not Steve yet) business card into the office a while ago. Here it is.