Second World War should all be in capitals or abbreviated as WWII.
"...nine American-jewish” Jewish should be capitalized as it is a proper noun.
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"There is also a jewish girl who managed to escape from the “Jewish-Hunter” and know owns a Cinema in France pretending to be French."
Capitalize Jewish, do not capitalize cinema in this sentence as it is a noun but not a proper noun. Example of proper name would be the name such as the Blue Moon Cinema.
No capital for the word "Theatre" in the next sentence. Not a proper name.
“Inglorious basterds” The first letter in each word should be capitalized, "Inglorious Bastards." Words such as "the" and "of" are not usually capitalized.
"... drawing with his knife a swastic on his face." Awkward sentence. A better example would be "...using his knife to draw a swastika across the character's face."
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