Reliquum est, silentium
posted by C. Briem at Saturday, October 12, 2013
Thanks for sharing that Chris, prompted me to go back this morning and listen to my friend Bob describe flying the Hump in a B-24 another time. Reading the comments on there from all the descendants never gets old. Still can't believe there's never been a feature movie made about the China Burma India theater.
Everyone should read Tuchman's: Stilwell and the American Experience in China, 1911-45.
Came across these last week, What China Looked Like on the Eve of Communism, color photgraphs of the Flying Tigers, life in Kunming, more.
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