Devil at My Heels: The Story of Louis Zamperini
Zamperini recalls how he was captured by the Japanese in 1943 after his plane went down in the Pacific Ocean, the two years of imprisonment and torture, his return home after his family was told he was dead, and how he was able to overcome alcoholism and depression.
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