Chinese group plans to recover WWII American plane from lake


The Chinese organization plans to try to recover a fine to plain from the legendary flying Tigers group of American pundits that crashed during World War two to send an apology from the chairman of the China adventure association says he hopes the project of salvaging the Curtiss P. forty could be a warm current in the current cold wave and ease people's worries about Chinese US ties he adds the time is ripe to in terms of salvage technologies especially silk screening technology the plane had crashed in nineteen forty two in a lake near Kong Ming the southwestern city that was the Tigers base the flying Tigers who was sent to China in nineteen forty one before Washington joined the war have long been one of the most potent symbols of US Chinese corporation I'm Charles de Ledesma

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