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Men of World War II

Summary: Essay describes the treatment, trials, and tribulations experienced by the men of World War II.
During World War two, the roles and sacrifices among the individual soldiers were many. One of special force used was the Navajo Indians and their language as a code for the United states while the Tuskegee Airmen and the 442nd Regimental Combat team both had to deal with racism not only from a non excepting society but from the government as well. Prisoners of war who were captured by the opposing force, lived in poor conditions and struggled to survive every day.

The most useful tactics the army was code. The American Government used the language of the Navajo Indians for a complexes code. The Navajo language was made up of many syllables and tones and not many people could speak it. Philip Johnston, a son of missionaries of the Navajo Indians, introduced the ideal of using the Navajo language to the government. Every syllable...

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