See Heiden, Adolf Hitler, Vol. I. On another occasion he asserted,
'If you pass through ten halls and everywhere men shout for you with enthusiasm — that surely is a sublime feeling' (see Gorlitz and Quint, Adolf Hitler).
Of the energizing force which Hitler derived from his oratorical triumphs, Goebbels remarked in a diary during the war:
'Its good for the Fuhrer to speak to a larger audience. He not only radiates strength, but becomes charged with it himself' (The Goebbels Diaries, 1942-43, entry for 15th November 1943).
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