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Which statement about the Pacific Theater in World War II is true?

a. Navajo Indians in the U.S. Marine Corps developed an unbreakable...

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Which statement about the Pacific Theater in World War II is true?

a. Navajo Indians in the U.S. Marine Corps developed an unbreakable code using their native language.
b. Guadalcanal was chosen by American planners for invasion because of its pleasant climate and open terrain.
c. At the Battle of Midway, Japanese planes sank four American aircraft carriers.
d. After the Battle of the Coral Sea, Japanese forces invaded and captured Australia.

Answer

A. Navajo Indians in the U.S. Marine Corps developed an unbreakable code using their native language.
Navajo is a language that is not written and is very complex with its incomprehensible syntax, tonal qualities and especially the dialects.
That is the main reason that Navajo language was used to secure communications during the war.

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