When Hollywood presented the film Windtalkers, it generated a lot of interest on this topic. This book would be an excellent companion to those who enjoyed the film, as one could never trust Hollywood to present history with a satisfactory degree of accuracy... Native American Code Talker in World War II is a great resource to learn more about the code talkers.
C. Peter Chen, World War II Database (April 2008)
Were it not for the Navajo Code Talkers the Marines would never have taken Iwo Jima and other places.
Anonymous, Marine Corps signal officer
Undoubtedly entertaining, supremely authoritative, the Osprey military histories for World War II are essential research tools for hobbyists and professionals.
Brian John Murphy, America in WWII (August 2008)
There is further enhancement of the reading experience with period photos and the illustrations of R. Ruggeri. It is a book that I know you will find to be an excellent read and one that I can highly recommend to you.
Scott Van Aken, modelingmadness.com (April 2008)
Ed Gilbert's Native American Code Talker in World War II [uses] personal interviews with veteran code talkers to tell of their use during World Wars I and II.
California Bookwatch (May 2008)
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