How the Navajo Code Talkers helped the Allies in the Pacific theater during World War II.
" The Marines in Guadalcanal could not sneeze on the radio without a Japanese saying 'God bless you'.... Once the Marines got the Code Talkers, they were able to turn the tide" (Miller 112). In the Pacific theater of World War II, communication was the key to winning battles. The Japanese and Americans both created dozens of codes and ciphers, each cracking the other's astonishingly quickly. The futility of the codes ceased when a group of Navajo Native Americans came to the rescue for the Marines. Using a complicated and intricate code based upon the isolated Navajo language, the Mari…
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