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Ellee Lazarov September 29, 2008 Com Arts 100 Instructor: Bill Whitney Informative speech preparation outline Liberation Post world War Two General purpose: To inform Specific Purpose Statement: To inform the audience about the process of liberation of the Jews from concentration camps post World War II. Central Idea: Due to the British policy toward Jewish displaced persons after World War II, from 1945-1948 liberation to Palestine was almost impossible. Method of Organization: Chronological order Introduction I. (Gain attention and interest) Imagine you are a displaced person after World War II and all you want after going through World War II is to finally have a home again. The war has separated you from your family and has caused you to lose every materialistic and valued thing in your life. What should you do now? Yes, the war is over, but if the war is over why don’t you have any place to go? These were the questions of all the survivors of World War II. What happened after the war is frequently over looked. II. (Reveal Topic) According to Arieh J. Kochavi, author of the book The Struggle against Jewish Immigration to Palestine , Palestine during 1945- 1948 was under British rule, and “due to the British political stance in Palestine only a certain number of displaced persons were legally aloud to immigrate to Palestine.” Therefore, the underground Israeli army called the Haganah organized illegal immigration missions to liberate all the displaced people after the war.
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