Warriors: Navajo code talkers
During World War II, as the Japanese were breaking American codes as quickly as they could be devised, a small group of Navajo Marines provided their country with its only totally secure cryptography. The photographer has recorded them as they are today, recalling their youth.
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Review: Warriors: Navajo Code TalkersUser Review - Gobnait Ó Fhloinn - Goodreads
This book did a really good job honoring the Navajo men who served in WWII. It contains some text and many black and white photographs of the Marines, both then and now. I read the hardcover version. It had 107 pages. Isbn 0-87358-513-5 Read full review
Review: Warriors: Navajo Code TalkersUser Review - Goodreads
Touching photography and quotes.