World war 2 Navajo code talkers

By Elora Engebrit

Significance

This was significant because up until this method of code talking was developed by Phillip Johnson, who was a civilian engineer and a veteran of the First World War in February of 1942. Japanese soldiers were already in the us, they had graduated from American colleges and spoke English fluently. They intercepted and decoded military messages.
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Code talkers statue

This monument is at Window rock in Arizona
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The radio

This is a code talkers T B Y2 radio
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Code talkers in action

This picture shows code talkers relaying orders
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