Louis Zamperini Dies; Olympian and War Hero In 'Unbroken' Mourned
July 3, 2014
Louis Zamperini, who is the center of the best-selling book "Unbroken," died at age 97 in Los Angeles on Wednesday, July 1. The former Olympic track star is also the center of the upcoming Angelina Jolie-directed film "Unbroken," which based on the book about his extraordinary story.
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