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Informative Speech Outline

Informative Speech Outline - Sylwester Czado COM 100...

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Sylwester Czado 10-17-06 COM 100, Informative Speech Formal Outline 1. Introduction A. Attention: Who here has ever been to Auschwitz and/or Vatican City? B. Thesis Statement: My vacation to Auschwitz and Vatican City has changed my perspectives about how human beings were treated and how being in such a Catholic city confirmed my beliefs about Catholicism. C. Preview: In the next couple of minutes, I will talk about the history of Auschwitz and the Vatican City. Then I will explain to you how these places have influenced me. 2. Body A. Auschwitz The Holocaust was the Nazi plan to systematically exterminate all the Jews in Europe. The concentration camp system included the establishment of extermination centers after 1940. The first concentration camp was established in 1933 for confinement of opponents of the Nazi Party. The opposition included all Jews, gypsies, and certain other groups. World War II began when Germany invaded and captured Poland on September 1 1939. The war caused a great demand for labor. Inmates were required to work for their wages in food. Very little food was given so many starved. Many of them died of starvation, exposure, or overwork.
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The most notorious concentration camp was Auschwitz which was established in 1940. It included three camps which were Auschwitz, Birkenau, and Monowitz. This is in the town of Oswiecim. Auschwitz was the primary killing site where the "Final Solution to the Jewish Question" was carried out by means of homicidal gas chambers.
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