How did the Native Americans contribute to World War 2?
To expand on the previous answer, many people are familiar with
the movie Windtalkers. The information that will lead you to World
War 2 details is to search for Code Talkers. If you use the correct
search information you find the code that was utilized during World
War 1 and 2, Korea and Vietnam. The Code Talkers were Navajo, but
many were from other nations including Choctaw, Cherokee and
Comanche as well as from nations such as Montana's
Additional information can be found at:
Ever heard of wind talkers? well native Americans were used to send codes and whatnot to other companys, theyd speak their native tongue to another native American in some other company, the enemy soon learned about it and it died out quickly, theyd capture a "wind talker" and make them tell them what the code said.
Most Native Americans sided with the British in the War of 1812. American settlers were encroaching on their land, and Native Americans had already been in conflict with them before the war. The British also made efforts in the peace treaty to preserve the rights of the Native Americans, however these were mostly ignored.
The code-talkers of World War II mostly refer to the Native Americans who used parts of their indigenous languages to translate secret tactical messages into code, then decipher the code back into the message. They were used in the Pacific Theater of World War II, and, to a lesser extent, in the European Theater. The most decorated Native American code-talkers were Navajo, but Native Americans of the Comanche and Meskwaki people also served as code-talkers…