I'm reminded of listening to KUSC during a pledge drive about three years ago, when their announcer Jim Svedja was about to play a piece by Schubert. He noted that the music had been used in the HBO film, Conspiracy, about the high-level Nazis meeting to plan the Final Solution. In his always overly-dramatic way, he then said something along the lines of, "They had a recording of this gorgeous piece of music playing, and the leader of this group of Nazis, played by Kenneth Branagh, goes over and can't understand the beauty of the music and turns the record off. And it's at that moment, the moment when you see that they cannot understand something so overwhelmingly beautiful as Schubert, that you...finally...see...how evil...Naziism was."
All I could think was, "No, you see how evil Naziism was when they decide to kill 6 million Jews."