The Nazis were, as much as any other political group in modern history, masters of iconography and symbolism. The swastika, the eagle and wreath, the solid stone architecture, the sweeping art deco designs, the long red banners, the unique salute, the cathedral of light, and so on. They consistently used symbolism and iconography to spread their message and demonstrate their power to the world.
I'm wondering, how much of that symbolism came from Hitler himself, and how much came from people around him? Obviously some of those symbols (like the swastika and the eagle/wreath) are much older than Nazism, but someone still had to have the thought, "hey, you know that old symbol from history, let's use that."
Was that person Hitler? Or did he just approve someone else's design? I'm trying to get a sense of how much personal talent Hitler had for iconic design, vs how much talent he had for identifying talented people who could help his cause.