Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption - Part IV, Chapters 24-25 Summary & Analysis

Laura Hillenbrand
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Chapter 24 is called "Hunted." Louis adopted to life at Omori prison. Watanabe, he learned from other prisoners, was the most cruel of the guards. So that the men could speak about the guards without using their real names, Watanabe was called "the Bird." The Bird stepped up his attacks on Louis, who dared not strike back for fear of provoking even worse beatings. Inside Louis raged with anger as the Bird punched and beat him.

The enlisted men among the prisoners were taken from the camp every day to work as virtual slaves. The advantage to being able to leave camp was that they often managed to sneak food and other banned items back into camp. These items were shared and traded among the men on a black market.

Chapter 25 is called "B-29." It was October, 1944 and Louis had...

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