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In World War II, it was crucial for U.S. forces to keep top-secret information out of the enemy's hands. Coded messages were useful, but secret codes were often broken. To solve this problem, the military turned to the Navajo people. Navajo soldiers created an unbreakable code based on their complex native language. Find out more about the brave Navajo Code Talkers and how their unbreakable code helped defeat the enemy and win the war.
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