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    Wind Talkers

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    1942 to 1945 most of the assaults that the U.S Marines conducted involved Navajo code talkers, these assaults took place in the Pacific, where the battles were mainly against Japan’s army. The use of Navajo code talkers was suggested by a civil engineer Philip Johnston (Navajo Code Talkers: World War II Fact Sheet, 2014). Johnston had been raised on a Navajo reservation as the son of a missionary (Navajo Code Talkers: World War II Fact Sheet, 2014). He was one of the few non-Navajos who could speak

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    Navajo Code Talkers

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    inevitability of death. All previous remnants of glory, of patriotism- gone, obliterated by the incessant screaming of the battlefield. This is an environment to cause trauma for any soldier. Now try and image you are not a soldier, but instead a Code Talker. As hell rages all around you, you must possess the intense concentration and stamina to flawlessly translate encoded messages; your ears ever straining to catch every last audible sound. Your hands tremble as you hold the bulky and heavy radio away

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    The Navajo Code Talkers

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    The Navajo Code Talkers During the Pacific portion of World War II, increasingly frequent instances of broken codes plagued the United States Marine Corps. Because the Japanese had become adept code breakers, at one point a code based on a mathematical algorithm could not be considered secure for more than 24 hours. Desperate for an answer to the apparent problem, the Marines decided to implement a non-mathematical code; they turned to Philip Johnston's concept of using a coded Navajo language

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    Code Talker Characters

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    Day 1: Conflict - A Navajo boy, from the book Code Talker was in an Indian tribe, and attending a boarding school for many years. It was very hard for him because he couldn't speak his native language, nor act the way he normally does. As the years go by he was in a school assembly, and it was about going to the marines and he seemed so into the idea he decided to join, his family and friends were really sad. That he was leaving, and he was a bit young for the military and was going to lie about

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    Code Talker Themes

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    One thing that ties humanity together is complications. Remember a time where you were facing great predicament and you essentially had nothing, but your beliefs. Did you manage to push through? Code Talker, a book written by Joseph Bruchac, is based on a young Navajo boy who endures great difficulties to assist his tribe and help in World War II. His capacity of tolerance is immeasurable and it is all due to holding onto what he believes. There was a quantity of obstacles in his way such as the

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    The Navajo Code Talkers

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    Navajo Code Talkers NE-HE-MAH - Our mother country. Navajo Nation is a piece of land within parts of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. The entire nation covers 27, 000 square miles. In early days and early writings when the pilgrims arrived on this continent Native Americans did not for this land so the pilgrims said so they have no rights to this land. Pioneers told of the uncivilized Native Americans who, due to the fact they were uncivilized could not own this land. Prospectors who pushed west were

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    the navaho code talkers

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    THE NAVAHO CODE TALKERS A peaceable agricultural Native American people related to the Apache, population about 200,000. They were attacked by Kit Carson and US troops 1864, and were rounded up and exiled. Their reservation, created 1868, is the largest in the US 65,000 sq km/25,000 sq mi , and is mainly in NE Arizona but extends into NW New Mexico and SE Utah. Many Navajo now herd sheep and earn an income from tourism, making and selling rugs, blankets, and silver and turquoise jewelry.

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    The Navajo Code Talkers

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    volunteers to be Code Talkers, just under 94% of those were recruited. Some men ate food or drank pounds of water in order to become the required weight (Aaseng 35). A major contribution the Code Talkers made was getting most of the military where they were supposed to be through communicating (Aaseng 36). By the end of World War ll, 420 Code Talkers Served in the war (Aaseng 72). All in all, the Navajos showed much bravery and will while serving in the war. Although the Navajo Code Talkers made many contributions

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    Navajo Code Talkers: Unknown Heroes Seldom has it ever occurred that heroes to our country, let alone in general, have had to wait decades for proper acknowledgement for their heroic deeds. This is not the case for the Navajo Code Talkers. These brave souls had to wait a total of six decades to be acknowledged for their contributions to the United States and the Allied Forces of WWII. The code talkers were an influential piece to the success of the United States forces in the Pacific. Thus had

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    In this story, one of the original Navajo Code Talkers, Chester Nez, tells his story of what it was like to be a Code Talker. The role of Code Talkers was very important because they gave codes to soldiers on the front lines. These codes were secret messages sent regarding battlefield strategies and other types of details.In the text, the information that was sent was very crucial to the war’s outcome. According to the passage,they were also one of the most important roles in World War II. In the

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