What a monster you have to be to consider humanity-stupidity, and inspire the soldiers of the Wehrmacht 'to destroy pity and compassion in yourself, to kill everyone without stopping ‒ an old man in front of you, a woman, a girl or a boy'!
Against this background, the manifestations of some of the Fuhrer's tender feelings, which are expressed, for example, in his paintings or Christmas messages, look inhumanly creepy. These artifacts occupy a prominent place in the archives of history connoisseurs, emphasizing the unreal cynicism of the fascist ideology, covered by the high ideals of the 'struggle for the happiness of the German nation'.
It turns out that Hitler also had his sympathies and celebrated Christmas. The proof of this is a Christmas card signed by the Fuhrer (when he was not yet 'leader of the nation') around 1925.
Interestingly, the paper on the postcard size of 14 by 8 cm is very expensive, handmade. On the title page is printed in gold lettering 'Merry Christmas!'. Hitler wrote his signature in black ink in the lower-right corner.