Hitler at the Front; Emil Scheibe, 1942-3
People surrounded all believed in his military management, so it was helpful to the future unification among the Nazi. "Throughout Germany, as in its temple, the totality of the genius of the race was thus deployed, not so much in all its diversity but rather in its eternity" (Michaud, 122). Though some people may say that Hitler was not humanistic because he used cruel ways to get the Jews out of the Germany, it seemed like a racial discrimination, but admittedly, Hitler still had the same purpose as the modernism, which was to achieve the unified nation and cause a permanent influence to the future politics in Germany.
So in general, this painting not only lays a solid foundation for the theories of race but also helped to seek a German visual judgement.