Morse code was created by Samuel F.B Morse in the U.S. The purpose of Morse code was to send messages without outside people understanding what the message is. Morse code could be communicated through tapping by the fingers, writing it with dots and dashes, or speaking it by using a riddle type of phrase, (e.g: S.O.S). The phrase S.O.S is usually connected with Morse code, although people believe that it stands for “Save our Souls” or “Save our Ship” it actually does not mean anything at all, it is just Morse for a sign of distress. Morse code was commonly used in WW2 for ocean communication because of how simple it was and safe to deliver to people on land without any interference with other parties.