Published on August 16, 2012 by Casey
Name: The Language of Victory: American Indian Code Talkers of World War I and World War II
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Director: Gary Robinson
Featuring never-before-seen-interviews recorded in 1992 with Comanche, Choctaw and Navajo code talkers, this short educational film reveals untold stories of service and sacrifice of Indian soldiers of at least 20 tribes who used their native languages as secret military communications that were never deciphered by America’s enemies. Late in arriving, recognition for their heroic actions came in the form of the Congressional Code Talker Recognition Act of 2008. The medals mandated by this law have yet to be designed and awarded.