Color Photographs from World War II

WWII in Color website has the Internet's largest collection of rare color photographs from World War II. This one above is a signed photo of the Flying Tigers in China.

Flying Tigers was a volunteer group of pilots and ground crew, recruited under a secret presidential order by Roosevelt to fight Japanese forces (under disguise that they're part of the Chinese Air Force) before Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.

Link - Thanks Algonkin!

See also the story about the Flying Tigers here: The Truth About Pearl Harbor.


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Nick's ww2incolor.com is a great site for color photos indeed!

My website, World War II Database, also has a large photo repository. The link is this:

http://ww2db.com/photo.php

At the time of this writing, there are 4,788 photos, 620 of which are in color.

Hope you'll enjoy my site as much as Nick's!
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Erik Shilling, the "Flying Tiger" in the photo, was a friend of mine, along with Tex Hill. We lost Erik just a couple years ago - I miss his easy-going smile and good nature. It sucks that we are losing these guys but its something I need to get used to. :\

Gordon
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