American Volunteer Group

Les American Volunteer Groups (« groupes de volontaires américains »), également connu sous le nom de Les Tigres volants étaient des soldats de l'air organisés par le gouvernement américain afin d'aider le Guomindang contre l'Empire japonais pendant la Guerre sino-japonaise (1937-1945).

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