In the opening scene a street vendor is selling newspapers and calls out the name of each. The last one he mentions is the "Völkischer Beobachter," which was the official newspaper of the Nazi Party until the end of World War II ceased its operation.
I'm not going to let you go on working with those traitors.
Sylvia Helmuth: Take me back and I'll do anything you want me to do. You'll only take me back.
When Kurt is having dinner with his family after returning from war; he is holding a spoon and pointing the bowl tip of it toward his family as he argues his viewpoint about war. But on the next immediate cut; the orientation of how he is holding the spoon has changed. On the next cut after that, he is no longer holding the spoon.