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Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV, Chapters 32-33 Summary

Laura Hillenbrand
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Part IV, Chapters 32-33 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 32 is called "Cascades of Pink Peaches." American bombers returned often to the camp, dropping huge amounts of food and supplies until the men had all they possibly could eat. The guards became resigned and even fearful of the prisoners, some afraid they would be reported for their actions during the war. Eventually, arrangements were made for the Naoetsu prisoners to be transported by train to Yokohama before being sent home.

Chapter 33 is called "Mother's Day." Louis made his way back to California after a stay in Okinawa where he was hospitalized and regained his weight and health. His injured knee would keep him from competing as a runner, he told reporters. He finally returned to his overjoyed family.

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