This 1932 poster for the March presidential election gives an entirely different impression of Hitler. Dressed in a suit rather than his party uniform, he is saying: ‘We are taking the fate of the nation in our hands!” At the bottom, “Hitler becomes Reich President.”
The author of the book cited above thinks this is a good poster, but notes that many women did not like it because:
“They thought Hitler’s expression was too contorted and the general layout too communist.”
He also notes that Hitler’s hand is poorly drawn, and that the poster “promises” success in the election, which aroused false hopes in supporters, hopes dashed when Hitler failed to win.