Navajo Code Talker by rosiekerr

Navajo Code Talker

Here we are at Window Rock, center of the Navajo Nation, which houses a memorial to the World War II Navajo Marines, who used their unique native Dine language to confuse their opponents.

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A beautiful and unique place. Here is some more information about the Navajo Nation:

On the road, back to STL. Thanks for stopping by.
That was a neat trick, no need to develop a whole new code language! Beautiful landscape.
March 20th, 2021  
I had read about about these "coders" and it's fascinating. This is a really nice dedication, the Nation deserves it and so much more...
March 20th, 2021  
Great shot
March 20th, 2021  
Would love to see this. Do you have a “sights to see on road trips” atlas?
March 20th, 2021  
Very interesting....and such a lovely sky too.
March 20th, 2021  
mI really like the hole in the rock behind. Makes me think it symbolizes that the Cold Talkers were "getting through."
March 20th, 2021  
Nice monument!
March 20th, 2021  
Nicely composed
March 21st, 2021  
A spectacular setting for the memorial. Beautiful!
March 24th, 2021  
Loving the trip photos! I worked for a company in the 80s that made perhaps one of the first documentaries about the Navajo Code talkers. Such a stunning backdrop for the memorial!
March 27th, 2021  
Beautiful setting
March 31st, 2021  
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