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Topic - Chiang Kai-Shek
New Orleans will get a flavor of one of the most heralded episodes of World War II when a Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, restored in the shark-nosed markings of the famed Flying Tigers, goes on display at the National World War II Museum.
When Taiwanese security personnel detained a suspected spy for China at a top secret military base last month, they may have had a sense of deja vu.
When Taiwanese security personnel detained a suspected spy for China at a top-secret military base last month, they may have had a sense of deja vu.
The tour guide was seething.
"People should move forward and not drag things up," she said. "This is a tourist spot and we shouldn't be showing people our bad history."
He designed airfields and a warning network "of people, radios, telephones, and telegraph lines that covered all of Free China accessible to enemy aircraft," he wrote in his autobiography.