Meskwaki Code Talkers. Meskwaki men used their language against the Germans in North Africa. Twenty-seven Meskwaki, then 16% of Iowa's Meskwaki population, enlisted in the U.S. Army together in January 1941 Iowa Meskwaki, North Africa, January 1941, Twenty'S Seven Meskwaki, Meskwaki Codes, Meskwaki Men, Meskwaki Population, Codes Talkers, Native American
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Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII by by Chester Nez, Judith Schiess Avila: 'Chester is the last living representative of the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II. The code language he and his fellow recruits developed and used in battle was one of the most closely guarded secrets of the war. Historians agree that without it, the outcome of the war would have been completely different.' #Code_Talker
A German mountain trooper shows obvious appreciation to a female member of the Reichsbahn (Reich Railroad) service. Due to manpower shortages, women were extensively recruited into auxiliary and civilian agencies in an effort to free men for the front. Throughout the war, Hitler was particularly concerned that such engagement of female Germans could undermine the German family.