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Philip Johnston, a missionary's son, grew up on a Navajo reservation. In WWII, the Japanese cracked every code the Americans could encrypt. Johnston knew that the Navajo language had no alphabet or written record, and was near impossible to learn if you weren't immersed in it as a kid. He alerted the military of this, staging a demonstration. Because of him, the Navajo Code Talker program began, the only undecipherable code in modern military history.

Philip Johnston, a missionary's son grew up on a Navajo reservation convinced the military to use the Navajo Code Talkers

World's Youngest Serial Killers. Although you cant really consider someone unless they are at least 17 years of age. Stupid. I know, but until that age people would like to believe we could get help for them. Leaving only one option...they have to kill again and be caught.

World's Youngest Serial Killers

Mary Bell - child serial killer When she was Mary Bell strangled a 4 year old boy named Martin Brown. When she was she, along with a 13 year old friend killed another boy, this time a 3 year old named Brian Howe. They strangled him, and Mary carved !

Winnie Breegle - During her Navajo training, they learned codes created by Navajo Indians by memory alone; nothing was ever written down and their work could not be discussed. All cryptographers who served as code talkers during the war had to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Breegle could not speak of her role in history for 25 years.   Link to full News Herald article: http://www.newsherald.com/news/service-101252-talker-city.html

Winnie Breegle - During her Navajo training, they learned codes created by…

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Official Site of the Navajo Code Talkers: They were a small band of warriors who created an unbreakable code from the ancient language of their people and changed the course of modern history.

The code talkers were elite Native American military units that used their own tribal languages to create and transmit fast, unbreakable coded messages, serving in both World Wars I and II. They’re credited with saving countless lives in theaters around the world.

The code talkers were elite Native American military units that used their own tribal languages to create and transmit fast, unbreakable coded messages, serving in both World Wars I and II. They’re credited with saving countless lives

Corporal Chester Nez - Navajo code talker, 1st and 3rd Marine Divisions. Chester the last survivor of the original 29 Navajo who developed the code first used in WWII against the Japanese.

Corporal Chester Nez - - Navajo code talker, and Marine Divisions. Chester the last survivor of the original 29 Navajo who developed the code first used in WWII against the Japanese.

Heroine: Didi's sister Jacqueline also served as an SOE agent during World War II (transmitting messages from the Nazis to the British) but returned to Britain exhausted in 1944

Braver than any man: Revealed for the first time, the awe-inspiring courage of two British sisters who waged a one-family war on the Nazis - and were left with emotional scars that never healed

Jacqueline Nearne (and, separately, her sister Eileen) was a British spy operating in France

Sigrid Green: WWII spy and code breaker who was dropped by submarine into occupied Norway.

Fearless World War Two woman spy who slipped into occupied Norway aboard a submarine, before becoming Bletchley Park codebreaker, dies aged

During WWII, Jews in Budapest were brought to the edge of the Danube, they were ordered to remove their shoes, and shot, falling into the water. 60 pairs of iron shoes now line the river's bank, a ghostly memorial to the victims. The memorial entitled ''Shoes on the Danube Promenade'' is by Can Togay and Gyula Pauer.

“Holocaust Memorial on the Danube, Budapest, Hungary”. The shoes on the Danube promenade honors the jews who were killed by fascist Arrow Cross militiamen in Budapest during World War II.

This photograph was taken in Lincoln, Nebraska on the night of July 25, 1936 when the minimum temperature fell to only 91°F in Lincoln. This was the hottest night ever experienced anywhere in United States recorded history outside of the desert Southwest. As the day progressed the temperature rose to an all-time record of 115°F in Lincoln; without air-conditioning, people spent the night sleeping on the lawn of the state capital building in Lincoln.

Lincoln, Nebraska on the night of July 1936 when the minimum temperature fell to only in Lincoln. without air conditioning, people spent the night sleeping on the lawn of the state capital building in Lincoln.

Henk Drogt served as a policeman during WW2 when he was ordered in 1943 to round up Jews in the city of Groningen, in the north of the country. He refused and joined the Dutch resistance, helping many allied pilots who were shot down escape and get back to Britain. In August 1943 he was arrested and later executed by the Nazis. His son received in his father's name on September 22, 2008 on his 65th birthday, Israel's highest honor for people who rescued Jews from the Holocaust.

Henk Drogt (Hollandais, - Policeman during WWII, he refused to round up Jews in Groningen and joined the dutch resistance, helping many Jews and allied pilots. He was arrested in August 1943 by the Nazis, and executed later of April

Navajo Marines, OB DELARAM II, Afghanistan-Forward Operating Base Delaram II, Nimruz province, Afghanistan – Lance Corporals Devin Bidtah and James Nelson, PFC Uriah Billie and Lance Cpl. Travis Yazzie, share a common past through their ancestors. These Navajo men are brothers as Marines, but more profoundly, because their clan ties bind them through the retracing of their ancestry, for some to Navajo Code Talkers of WWII. (Official US Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dean Davis)

Navajo Marines, Afghanistan -- Lance Corporals Devin Bidtah and James Nelson, PFC Uriah Billie and Lance Cpl.

John Sells (1915 - 2007) was a Navajo Code Talker during WWII. Nearly 60 years passed between the time John Sells, of Shiprock, served as a Navajo Code Talker and the day he told his family he was one of the select group.

John Sells, Navajo Code Talker, laid to rest

John Sells - was a Navajo Code Talker during WWII. Nearly 60 years passed between the time John Sells, of Shiprock, served as a Navajo Code Talker and the day he told his family he was one of the select group. B/W Photo Colourised by Pearse

Dr. Herta Oberheuser killed children with  injections, then removed their limbs and vital organs. The time from the injection to death was between three and five minutes, with the person being fully conscious until the last moment. During the Holocaust she made some of the most gruesome and painful medical experiments, focused on deliberately inflicting wounds on the subjects. In order to simulate the combat wounds of German soldiers fighting in the war,

Herta Oberheuser killed children with injections, then removed their limbs…

1st Lieutenant Aleda E. Lutz, a celebrated flight nurse, flew 196 missions and evacuated over 3,500 men. She flew more hours than any other flight nurse that served during the war. After her C-47 was shot down in 1944, she was awarded the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters and posthumously received the Distinguished Flying Cross.

LT Aleda Lutz flew 196 missions to evacuate over 3500 wounded servicemembers, logging the most flight hours of any nurse. Lutz was killed in 1944 when her plane crashed in Italy.

Elizabeth Blackwell was rejected by 19+ medical schools but was finally accepted by Geneva Medical College in NY. She graduated on January 23, 1849 to become the first female doctor in U.S. history.

FIRST FEMALE DOCTOR Elizabeth Blackwell was rejected by medical schools but was finally accepted by Geneva Medical College in NY. She graduated on January 1849 to become the first female doctor in history.

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