Code Talker: A Novel About the Navajo Marines of World War Two - Chapters 5-9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-9 Summary

Ned makes the decision to continue on to high school even though this is somewhat unusual among young Indian students. Ned has dreams of becoming educated and having a career that might help his people. Ned enjoys being closer to home and likes his teachers, especially since they are much better teachers than those at the boarding schools.

Ned had been studying Japan in the months before the attack on Pearl Harbor. For this reason, he knows a great deal about America's new enemy. Ned is in the dorms when he hears about the attack on Pearl Harbor and he goes to listen to the report on the radio with a group of other students.

In the days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, several Navajos try to join the military, but because of their poor English skills and other prejudices...

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