This scene shows the Hitler Youth Camp that's aimed towards encouraging the Nazi ideology upon children. This is done through propaganda and exciting activities that look very much like Boy Scouts. Near the end of the clip, we see Captain Klemzendorf showing disdain towards the book burning, and Jojo shows confusion towards the purpose of this activity.
Col. Landa interrogates a French farmer suspected of hiding Jews. The Colonel compares the Jewish people to rats and uses that metaphor as a euphism to explain the Nazi sentiment towards Jews and to justify the Nazis' actions.
The Hitler Youth Choir proudly sings a song that conveys the views of the Nazis during World War II. As the choir sings, Nazi officers ransack homes and destroy properties with sledgehammers in what is known as Kristallnacht, a response to the assassination of the Nazi German diplomat Ernst vom Rath by Herschel Grynszpan.
Biases are ingrained at an early age. In this example, the grandfather tries to hone in the message that there are no nice Jews; the objective of the Jews is to become the ruler of humanity- they are not creative but destructive.