World war 2 was the biggest armed conflict in human history. That being said, it affected almost all countries and nations, including Native American people. When the US entered world war II, Native Americans didn’t think twice to join the military and defend their country. They fought on all fronts and often took the role of code breakers. The role of Native Americans as code breakers was of crucial importance for military comunication since the axis powers coudn’t break their codes.
No ethnic group in America was changed more by the war than Native people.
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