Firstly, Hitler was leading the country with the type of government that put Germans first above all other countries, races and economic levels, since Nazism is very Socialist at it's core due to it's far right nature. Hitler talked to his peers not about himself, but most of the time about the country. For example in the movie "Der Untergang" or "Downfall" he said this: "All I wanted was success for the German people, for Germany. But all I got in the end were people that wanted to lead Germany into a rut. I was selfless." This was coming from a Hitler in 1942, the peak of his success and yet he still thought about the country, not himself. In addition, these words would be put into a personal memoir, not in a newspaper where talking highly of Germany would be the highest of his concerns. Finally, Hitler was at most times invading territory throughout Europe and retaking the Rhineland primarily, as that was what started the war. He did not do this for himself. He had saw what the depression had done for Germany and for Austria, what the Treaty of Versailles had restricted the country to, and eventually lashed out for the greater good of Germany, all told in Mein Kampf.