WWII Narrative Storyboard
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Expostion This part of the story board is the expostion. This part in the narative talks about who Albert Göring is, his family, and his childhood.
This is Albert Goering
Rising Action The rising action in my narative would be when Albert Göring was learning about all of these death camps and concentration camps. And how Albert started to hate Nazism.
People would be shoved together inside a tiny train, then they would be sent off to death camps.
Albert Göring had heard many of stories from others, but he saw one thing that really changed his view of Nazism.
Climax During the climaxin my narrative Albert Göring decided that he hated and despised Nazism, and he would never stand for it. But he wanted to help all of these Jews. So he tried everything he could to save them.
He's with me , Hermann Göring told me to get him.
Falling Action The falling action in my narrative is when Albert Göring decided he was going to make a plan to save as many Jews as he could from being killed. Albert used his brother's name to save Jews.
Resolution For the resolution of my narrative Albert Göring made it through the war, he married his housekeeper, sadly a week after the marriage Albert passed away.
Theme The message or moral of the story is, even if someone who is close to you believes something or agrees with something it doesn't mean that you have to too.
And that's the theme!
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