Need help? In Morse Code the letter “S” is three short dots and the letter “O” is three longer dashes. Put them together and you have S.O.S. These sounds which identify letters in the alphabet are easily recognizable and represent the international call for help for individuals in distress whether in land or the sea.
In the 1830s American inventor Samual F.B. Morse created the “Morse Code” system. In morse code letters of the alphabet are represented by combinations of long and short signals of light or sound. The codes are electrical pulses of varied lengths transmitted as mechanical or visual signals to others. U.S. Navy sailors used flashing lights to transmit codes during World War II and Prisoners of War (POW) have also used Morse Code to communicate while in captivity.
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