"Here, 'Hitler adapted the content of his speeches to suit the tastes of his lower-middle-class, nationalist-conservative, ethnic-chauvinist and anti-Semitic listeners,' Ullrich writes. He peppered his speeches with coarse phrases and put-downs of hecklers. Even as he fomented chaos by playing on crowds' fears and resentments, he offered himself as the visionary leader who could restore law and order."
Kakutani, Michiko, From 'Dunderhead to Demagogue, The New York Times, September 28, 2016
Reviewing Hitler: Ascent 1889-1930 by Volker Ullrich