• The repeated claim before the 'seizure of power' - that the NSDAP, as a national social-revolutionary movement, and not simply another political party... would create new bonds of unity through its elimination and transcending of the party system, was highly attractive and conveyed much of Nazism's dynamic appeal.

    Ian Kershaw (2001). “The "Hitler Myth": Image and Reality in the Third Reich”, p.103, Oxford Paperbacks