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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Louis Zamperini Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand Louie was a very good runner and he ended up participating in the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Louie was an airman in World War IIand his plane engine broke down andhe was stranded in the middle of the ocean. With his two crew-mates. He was stranded at sea for forty-six days with his friend Phil. They were later taken captive by the Japanese for 2 years. Louie was finally returned home to his family and friends after the war in 1950 Louie was punched in the face 220 times consecutively as a punishment given to him by the"Bird". Facts Louie and his two partners, Phil and Mac, had to go three days without water and nine days without food while stranded out in the middle of the ocean on a raft. Louie was forced to work at his imprisonment camp when he had a 103 degree fever and was saidto look like a skeleton from the lack of food. Summary Quote The book Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand is a biography about a man named Louis Zamperini. Louie was a trouble maker as a kid and loved to run and was very passionate about it. He ended up making it to the 1936 Berlin Olympics and was considered one of the greatest runners in the world. The war in Europe and Japanese aggression in Asia led the US Congress to institute a peacetime draft. Louie was drafted in the armyas an airman and was very skilled. Louie and his crew were above the ocean on their plane when their left engine gave out. They were stranded at sea for forty-six days before a Japanese ship came upon them and took them as POW's. They were put in many different camps. Louie was beaten and starved. He got sick multiple times and had many near death experiences. Instead of giving up, Louie kept on fighting . Louie and Philip were finally liberated from their prison camp when the Japanese surrendered to America. After returning home to his friends and family, Louie got married to his first love Cynthia. After the war he received many medals. He ended up becoming an alcoholic because he had trouble dealingwith the trauma from his experience. One night he had a dream that he was strangling The Bird and woke up to realize that he was actually stranglinghis wife. After that day, he dumped all of his liquor and turned his life around and became a motivational speaker. Louie passed away on July 2nd at the age of 97 due to pneumonia.
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