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    Navajo Code Talkers

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    instrumental to including: Guadalcanal, Peleliu, and the Saipan. Every campaign which the United States began from 1942 through 1945 implemented the use of the navajo code talkers. Without these key battles the War in the Pacific would undoubtedly have been lost, and therefore would have crippled the Allies fight against the nation of Japan. The training for the Code Talkers was fairly quick, only lasting about eight weeks, after The Commanding General of the United States claimed that the Navajos language would be “admirably suited for rapid, secure communication”. The first 29 Code Talkers were quickly shipped out to the battle of Guadalcanal soon after their…

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    observance of 9/11 was observed on Sunday September 11, 2016. People across the nation observed in their own way, paying respect to all who perished that day. The date that the Navajo Code Talker distinctly remembers is December 7, 1941. The day the Japanese Empire completed a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The USMC recruited the Navajo’s who spoke a language, unwritten and extremely difficult to learn, in 1942. The Navajo Code Talkers, trained in Camp Elliot, California, developed an un…

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    Christian Perez Ms. Wojiko Modern European History, Pd. 2 10 May 2017 Navajo Code Talkers in World War II Since conflict was discovered, people have always had the need to be the winner…to be on top. Conflict is a disagreement between to people or groups based on ideologies and or action. In whichever case, there are many factors into a conflict that determine who will win and who will lose. One factor in particular was and is still utilized by every nation. One factor that can and will…

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    Windtalkers is a movie turned novel focused on the Native American code talkers and their treatment during WWII. The story follows Joe Enders and Ben Yahzee of the second recon team in the invasion of Saipan. The story is told chronologically with no major time leaps. Windtalkers has many themes that are common in other war stories such as; war being hell, soldiers being too young, etc.. However, the bread and butter of Windtalkers is the Native American code talkers. The code talkers were…

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    Windtalkers Movie Essay

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    The movie that I chose to analyze is, “Windtalkers”. “Windtalkers” is based upon the Navajo code talkers that helped the U.S during WW2. The Navajo Code talkers were a vital part of the effort in the pacific during WW2, stopping the Japanese from decoding the messages of the United States to its platoons. The Navajo was a secret well kept during the war and help the allies push onward in getting vital parts of the land to ending the war. During the war, enemies desired to decode and intercept…

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    The book “Code Talker” by author Joseph Bruchac is a very interesting book about a Navajo Native American and his life being a marine in World War II. Bruchac uses setting, plot development, and cultural perspective well in this book. “Code Talker” begins with a young Navajo boy and his journey to a United States government led school. There he must get his cultural long hair shaved. Also, he must learn English and never use his sacred Navajo language. His Navajo clothes are taken from him and…

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    The novel, Code Talker, written by Joseph Bruchac was good. The book shows the perspective of World War II through Ned Begay; a Navajo Indian. It is in their beliefs that fighting in wars is an honor, so when Begay turned sixteen he lied about his age to get into the military to become a code talker for the Marines. The setting took place at many small and large islands from the U.S. all the way to Japan. This setting affects it’s characters because they had to travel a lot by ship to very hot,…

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    My project is the indian code talkers of both world wars. This originated from world war 1 from choctaw and cherokee telephone operators. A us commander started the code talking with having choctaw speak their native tongue to give orders throughout the front. Philip Johnston started the navajo code talkers back in world war two. Reason why he started it he got the idea from the choctaw telephone operators. Even though they didn’t use them that much during world war one but they American forces…

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    Life can be hard at times, especially if you are forced to give up everything you know and start a new one. In Joseph Bruchac’s novel, Code Talker, this is exactly the case. Kii Yazhi, a young Navajo boy, has to give up his life as a Navajo to go to boarding school and learn English. There, he must never speak in Navajo or else he will be punished by the teachers. Kii, now named Ned by the teachers, must overcome this challenge and many others if he wants to survive World War II. Upon arriving…

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    During World War II, the Marine Corps used one out of thousands of languages spoken in the world to create an unbreakable code: Navajo. The Navajo code talkers served America in the World Wars by using their native language in a code that enemy could not understand. The Navajo code talkers contributed to war in a way that was vital to the US victory in the Pacific in WWII , but how exactly did the Navajo Code talkers contribute to World War? Navajo code talkers were a…

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