Gigantic China’s Wings photo gallery

China's WingsA consolidated gallery of photographs pertaining to the life and times of the China National Aviation Corporation, a Chinese-American civil aviation partnership that flew and fought in China during the 1930s and 1940s–and the subject of my book, China’s Wings: War, Intrigue, Romance and Adventure in the Middle Kingdom During the Golden Age of Flight (Bantam, 2012).

Click on one of the pics and scroll through… they’re fabulous.

My China’s Wings & CNAC related posts are archived in my China’s Wings category. The page “Good points of entry to the China’s Wings category” provides a fine starting point.

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14 Responses to Gigantic China’s Wings photo gallery

  1. Doug Miller says:

    Incredible collection!! Best ever CNAC photo gallery – Thanks Greg!

  2. Steve & Patty Michiels and The Michiels Family says:

    Thank You Greg. Once again you are keeping those guys and times alive in our heart and minds. Pulling this collection of pictures together for all to see and share yet another example of why we are forever appreciative and grateful for your wonderful book, significant ongoing efforts, and valued friendship. Great sharing of some great pictures.
    –Steve & Patty Michiels and The Michiels Family

  3. Jerry Butsko says:

    Greg:, great collection! Best wishes for 2015!

  4. Sam Soga says:

    Incredible collection of photos. You sneaked in Ryan too. I specially like DC 2-1/2 picture.
    Happy New Year.

    • Gregory says:

      Happy New Year to you, Sam… I was just looking at Scouting pictures, circa 1980. Happy New Year to you, too. Cheers, GC

  5. adavigo says:

    Greg, I think China’s Wings has legs!

  6. Jonathan Johnson says:

    Greg: A wonderful experience, thank you. I will view the collection at least weekly. John Johnson

  7. Susan Williams says:

    I think I recognized a couple of water color renderings by Schiff. My mother and I were born in Shanghai. She and my father, born in London, were regulars at the Maski, a popular nightclub in the thirties. They met and became friends with Schiff at that nightclub. To the best of my recollection, Maski is sort of slang for ‘never mind’ in Shanghai dialect. They lived in an apartment in the Broadway Mansions on the Bund.

    • Gregory says:

      Shanghai was an amazing place, Susan. Its municipal history was one of my favorite China’s Wings discoveries. Thanks for reaching out! GC

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