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This is a music video about the Navajo Code Talkers involvement at the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II. In the music video it will describe what happen during WW ll. The song has information before the long walk on the navajos. In the music video one code talker gives examples of the words that was being use.
There are many interesting Navajo Code Talkers facts that people want to know even more. These facts will reveal who they are and how they affect a particular person. The link will give you information about the code talkers. In the link it will show you a video that gives information on the code talkers. In the link it will show you a music video about the code talkers.
While World War II was being fought on the battlefields, another war was taking place behind the scenes -- the struggle to create a secret code that could not be deciphered by the enemy. In the link it will describe what happen before the war. The link will show you how they used the navajo language and the navajos for the war. In the link it has a video of the code talkers in WWll.
They created an unbreakable code with their greatest asset — their own language. The last and original code talker Chester Nez passed away and when he did the people honored him and the other who fought and used the language to defeat the japanese. the code talkers before him was 27 and he was the 28. People honored these brave men for what they did for this country.
The story of the Navajo Code Talkers begins in 1940 when a small group of Chippewas and Oneidas became a part of the radio communications 32nd Infantry. In the link/video it is a documentary. In this video it will be a story of the code talkers and how they became code talkers. The video will go all the way to the beginning of how they became code talkers.
INDIAN 'CODE TALKERS' PROTECT ARMY'S COMMUNICATIONS Napoleon once said, "the secret of war lies in the communications." If he were around today, he might have revised it to, �secure communication
In this link it will give you the code or the dictionary of what they used during the war. Even though the words don't match what the need like a tank the say turtle in navajo. The code talkers used these for messages when they need or get something.
In the heat of battle, it is of the utmost importance that messages are delivered and received as quickly as possible. It is even more crucial that these messages are encoded so the enemy does not know. The Code Talkers in the link will give you information about the code talkers. This link will give you information about code talkers and what the code is for. In the link it will give you the name of ships and planes in navajo.
After repeated attempts by the Allies to stymie Japanese cryptographers during World War II. The Americans succeeded by developing a secret code based on the language of the Navajos. These Code Talkers help win the war with not only weapons but, with words. This link will show you information about Code Talkers and how they became the Code Talkers. In the link it will give you the background information about the Code Talkers.
This link will give you information of The Code Talkers who used their special code in battle. The link will tell you how the navajos became Code Talkers. In the link it will give you interviews with the code talker during battle.
A film featuring the testimony of Keith Little that served as a Navajo Code Talker for the United States Marines in World War II. Having served in Iwo Jima, Roi. This link/video is an interview with Keith M. Little. In the video he will describe what happen during WW ll. Keith will explain how he was a code talker.
The Code Talkers’ role in war required intelligence and bravery. They developed and memorized a special code. They endured some of the most dangerous battles and remained calm under fire. In the link it will give you background information when they started. In the link it will give information on how the code talkers formed. In the link it gives you the dictionary of the codes it was form.