Hitler is a pop-culture figure and not a real historical figure.
Maybe for some he is, not for me. I was first moved to curiosity about Hitler when I was fourteen and read a biography of him, two years later I'd moved on to Marx as I was trying to figure out the mess that was the Soviet Union, which appeared to me to be a facist, not a socialist state. Not everbody forms their opinions based on media-friendly soundbites and the sensationalist press.
But back to Hitler...........are you saying that the man didn't have a temper?? Because he most certainly exhibited incoherent rage on more than one occasion and Kaczyński also is well known for his outbursts. In Hitler's case, the jury is out as to whether there was a touch of deliberate 'staging' of anger in the early days for dramatic effect but according to those who knew him, he often showed remarkable self-control at times of stress, only to explode quite suddenly later on.
Listening to lies and BS of traitors, scum,crocks and other garbage from so called opposition can take its toll on anyone.
He's always been like that though he appears to be becoming increasingly unstable as he feels his power and influence waning and his particular vision of HIS Poland disintegrating.. His reputation for not being able to control himself is well established. Kaczyński in other times, would have been potentially a very dangerous person and is precisely the type of man who would have lead Poland into a war. He is also the type of person who would have no hesitation in having his perceived enemies rounded up and transported to an internment camp.