I would be delighted to see a memorial for the Navajo code talkers who, during World War II, saved so many lives. Their language was unwritten, and they had to come up with one. They transmitted information back and forth to our troops, and the Japanese didn’t have a clue what was being said. If there was a chance one was going to be captured, I read that the code talker was to be killed so as not to reveal his language.
I have the utmost respect for them.
Beverly Wickham, Hollywood