Code Talker: A Novel About the Navajo Marines of World War Two - Chapters 22-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22-29 Summary

Ned is shot while on Guam and spends several weeks in a hospital in Hawaii. While there, Ned becomes aware of soldiers who suffer from battle fatigue.

Due to his job as a Code Talker, Ned knows things other soldiers do not like the fact that the Japanese have begun flying kamikaze missions and that the Americans are preparing a nuclear weapon. Ned and other soldiers are beginning to look forward to the end of the war. Also on Pavavu, Ned finds himself in a position to meet a great number of Indians fighting in the wall, including some who are not Code Talkers.

As the Marines prepare to invade Iwo Jima, Ned learns a great deal about the island. Ned learns that the Japanese soldiers often wear sennimbari, cloths made by their mothers, sisters, and wives, that they believe will...

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