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Many Americans know the 'code talkers' from WWII to be Navajo , but the original code talkers were actually from the Choctaw tribe. Nineteen men, during WWI, helped turned the tide of the war. When they decided to implement the program again for WWII, the Navajo tribe was much larger and was able to provide more code talkers

WWI original code talkers from the Choctaw tribe. Nineteen men, during WWI, helped turned the tide of the war. When they decided to implement the program again for WWII, the Navajo tribe was much larger and was able to provide more code talkers

Choctaw Code Talkers - In 1918, not yet citizens of the United States, Choctaw members of the American Expeditionary Forces were asked to use their Native language as a powerful tool against the German Forces in World War I--setting a precedent for code talking as an effective military weapon and establishing them as America's original code talkers.

Other pinner wrote: My great Grandfather was fought in WWI and WWII. He wasn't a code talker but he was there.

Navajo "Code Talkers"

Marines from the Navajo tribe used their native language to send coded radio transmissions to units overseas. Here are Navajo Code Talkers f.

Philip Johnston, a missionary's son, grew up on a Navajo reservation. In WWII, the Japanese cracked every code the Americans could encrypt. Johnston knew that the Navajo language had no alphabet or written record, and was near impossible to learn if you weren't immersed in it as a kid. He alerted the military of this, staging a demonstration. Because of him, the Navajo Code Talker program began, the only undecipherable code in modern military history.

Philip Johnston, a missionary's son grew up on a Navajo reservation convinced the military to use the Navajo Code Talkers

This baby girl, Zintkala Nuni (Little Lost Bird), was found on the battlefield after the massacre of Wounded Knee; she is being held by General L. W. Colby of the Nebraska State Troops, 1890.

Generaal L. Colby Nebraska State Troops 1890 This baby girl, Zintkala Nuni (Little Lost Bird), was found on the battlefield after the massacre of Wounded Knee; she is being held by General L. Colby of the Nebraska State Troops,

You (and Almost Everyone You Know) Owe Your Life to This Man. – Phenomena: Curiously Krulwich

at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, second-in-command Vasilli Arkhipov of the Soviet submarine refused to agree with his Captain's order to launch nuclear torpedos against US ships

Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on December 29,1890 near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota where nearly 300 Native Americans were killed.

December Murder of 297 Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.

I just couldn't stop looking at this picture. These are hard working women from a cotton mill in the year 1909.

The History Place - Child Labor in America Lewis Hine Photos - Faces of Lost Youth. Faces of Lost Youth: Adolescent girls from Bibb Mfg. in Macon, Georgia.

SCHOOL SHOOTING IN 1890 BY THE US Government and they where unarmed.

The GOVERNMENT Committed T he Most Deadliest School Shooting in U. History actually looks like it's at Wounded Knee, not a school. Just as bad or worse.

The most bad-a sniper in history…

Funny pictures about The most badass sniper in history. Oh, and cool pics about The most badass sniper in history. Also, The most badass sniper in history.

Sophia Magdalena Scholl (9 May 1921 – 22 February 1943) was a German student, active within the White Rose non-violent resistance group in Nazi Germany. She was convicted of high treason after having been found distributing anti-war leaflets at the University of Munich with her brother Hans. As a result, they were both executed by guillotine.  Since the 1970s, Scholl has been celebrated as one of the great German heroes who actively opposed the Third Reich during the Second World War.

Sophie Scholl A German Student and member of the White Rose resistance group who was killed by guillotine in Nazi Germany along with her brother Hans and other university friends after distributing anti war leaflets

John Sells (1915 - 2007) was a Navajo Code Talker during WWII. Nearly 60 years passed between the time John Sells, of Shiprock, served as a Navajo Code Talker and the day he told his family he was one of the select group.

John Sells, Navajo Code Talker, laid to rest

John Sells - was a Navajo Code Talker during WWII. Nearly 60 years passed between the time John Sells, of Shiprock, served as a Navajo Code Talker and the day he told his family he was one of the select group. B/W Photo Colourised by Pearse

1st Native American Woman Marine, Minnie Spotted Wolf of Heart Butte, MT, served from 1943 till 1947.

[Minnie Spotted Wolf became the first Native American woman to join the Marine Corps Women's Reserve in September She was celebrated in a comic book and in military public relations campaigns. She died in 1988 after 29 years of teaching in Montana.

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Let's never forget this travesty, this shameful page in our history book. Genocide American Indians, 100 Million Native American Indians the biggest genocide in human history didn't occur in Nazi, Germany, but on American Soil

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