Schindler's List

social influence

What social influence's did the people have at the time

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Within the context of the film there certainly was, on the part of the Nazis and many Germans, the influence of fascist patriotism to and ideology. Hitler was resurrecting old wounds and shame that still affected nationalist pride. The social movement towards an autocratic-like dictatorship certainly stirred up nationalist fanaticism. Of course these socio-political movements often need a visible enemy. Unfortunately Jews were often the face of the enemy.