Apparently no one has grasped the one thing that makes Hitler - in essence, not in ideals - a genuinely true leader. He kept the promises he made, one of the rare hand few politicians in the entire history
of the world who have kept their full word. Name me any other
politician who has done, or attempted to do everything that he has promised his government?
Hitler promised the German people he will rebuild the economy. He did that, in fact, industry productions was higher than that of the Kaiser's time - alright, granted, the Weimar Republic wasn't so bad after all.
He promised the revival of the German Army. Did that.
He promised Lebensraum
in the East, he gave them that, albeit for a temporary period of time.
He promised that he would right the injustice of the Treaty of Versailles - he gained Alsace-Lorraine, united with Austria as well as getting the lands back from Czechoslovakia. He proceeded to collecting everything that they lost.
He promised that national pride would be restored. Without a shade of a doubt, every single German was proud to be one, by the start of the Second World War. True, they did not know the true and entire story, but nobody ever does.
Do I need to make my point any clearer? Of course, this does not mean that I'm a fan of Hitler, in fact, I despise his ideals. What I like though, is his character, his attitude towards stuff. His was not out of military
ambitions, his was a genuine - to a certain degree of course, but nonetheless genuine - love for his country. He was absolutely shattered when Germany lost the war, detested the Versailles Treaty, and worked his butt of to get to where he was so that he could set Germany back on the right track, albeit being HIS way.