Louis Zamperini: US pilot of the
The Super man
The American Track Star
About the author
I am Griffin French, I am a 6th grader at Holman Middle School, right in Richmond VA.
This website is for education and entertainment to others who want to learn about the star of the bestselling novel: Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand.
(pic.3)The American Track Star: https://news.usc.edu/files/2003/05/Zamperini-1938-...
(pic.2)The Super Man: https://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tackk.com/mio/35647101...
(pic.1)US Pilot of the Super Man: http://www.edhat.com/daypics2011/LouisSZamperini_a...
Louis' young and old personalities
When Louis Zamperini was young, he beat kids up, and was confused about his life. He lived a wild life and always seemed scared. Louis began running as an outlet to use his energy in a positive way. After Louis matured, he became a strong man, and helped his friends when in need. He was a wise leader and was able to face his problems patiently and with determination.
Louis Zamperini fought in World War II, and got shot down by the enemy and was lost at sea. A Japanese ship captured him and his friend and took them to a POW
camp. He survived the camp because he had patience, determination, bravery, and
Louis Zamperini's adversities
Important events in Louis Zamperini's life
In January 26,1917 Louis Zamperini was born
in Olean New York. He moved to Torrance
California when he was young. He was 19
when he went to the Olympics, in Berlin
Germany. He finished 8th in the Olympics.
He was mistakenly pronounced dead when he
went missing. His death came later on July 2, 2014, at the age of 97.