In this "evolve" theme we have another similarity with the communists. They both consider it premature to map out a plan since whatever the future will bring is unknown. A contrast is that the Marxists are more focused on destroying the present institutions, whereas Hitler has a more specific vision of where he wants to go in his Aryan agenda. I have a sense that Hitler's eventually choice of gas to dispose of Jews relates to his experience of a gas attack during WW1 which let him nearly blind and which he blamed on the Jews. The antipathy towards the slavs is spelled out in detail so that the Russians should never have had any doubt about Hitler's intentions.
Although Marx didn't provide much of a future plan, there are still some similarities in what was accomplished. When the criminal classes rise up in Marxist revolt and overthrow society, the criminals will not want to leave things in a state of anarchy. Instead, one will rise up as a leader and initiate a dictatorship. The idea of common property than readily morphs into common property according to the whims of the despot, and the party organization becomes the new government. In these general aspects Marxism follows Hitler. Yet keeping in mind my earlier remarks of generalities vs specifics, Despotism can take on many forms so that individual implementation of communism can vary considerably while staying within the framework of Despotism.
This study will need to remain incomplete for now, since I would need to follow up with a study of the development of NAZI policies after 1924. Maybe later, but I have other items clamoring for my time now.