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Adolf Hitler possessesed exceptional oratorical skills which, in stride with his triumphs, he honed and capitalized on. His speeches, whether noble or perverted, were tense and dram atic. Often intellectual and always fiery, they mesmerized his followers an d drove them to barbaric acts of which mankind will forever be ashamed. Hitler’s speeches reveal that his concepts of liberty, human rights and tolerance were always secondary to his concept of nationalism. The unity and self-determination of the nation was elevated to the status of the supreme value before which all other considerations had to yield at all times.