Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption - Study Guide Part IV, Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 is called "Madness." Louis was invited back to the radio station. Instead of being able to write his own message, however, he was given an anti-American text to read. He refused. He was shown a clean living area and given a good meal and told if he would cooperate he could live there and never return to the prison camp. Louis again refused and the radio men grew angry. They told him he would be sent to a punishment camp. He was returned to Omori. The thought of an even worse prison worried him, but if it meant he could escape the Bird, it would be worth it he felt. He had begun to have terrifying dreams in which the Bird was beating him.

American bombers began flying more frequently over Japan, including near Tokyo where Omori was...

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