NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
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    Before 1951 ---------------

  1. 1935, JANUARY 8 (Tuesday), "Chinese Air Chief Finds Things 'Just Lovely' in Miami Area," The Miami News, p. 11. 
  2. 1935, JANUARY 11 (Friday), "Brilliant Reception Honors General Mow," Miami Herald.
  3. 1935, JANUARY 11 (Friday), "Army Air Armada Opens Miami Meet,"  New York Times, p. 11.
  4. 1943, March 10 (Wednesday), "Flying Cadets Honored Todat at Luke Field," Tucson Daily Citizen (Tucson, AZ), p. 7.
  5. 1943, MAY 7, “Chinese Envoy, General Speak at Bond Rally," The Washington Post.
  6. 1943, MAY 24, "Christy's Son is Honored," Pittsburgh Post Gazette, p. 17. (with photo)
  7. 1943, OCTOBER 4, "The Southland: Chinese Flyer Visits Cadets at Santa Ana," Los Angeles Times.
  8. 1944, FEBRUARY 6, "Diplomatic Circling: Varied Military Rank Causes Chinese Puzzle," by Carolyn Bell, The Washington Post, p. S2.
  9. 1944, MAY 26 (Friday), "Post-War Aviation Discussed With China," New York Times, p. 5.
  10. 1945, JANUARY 21 (Sunday), "Today's Leading Events, The Pacific Story: China's Air Force; Speaker, Maj. Gen. Pang-Tsu Mow," New York Times, p. 49.
  11. 1945, JANUARY 27 (Saturday), "This is the Tradesmen's Entrance to China," by Patrick McMahon, The World's News (Sydney, NSW, Australia), p. 5.
  12. 1946, MAY 12 (Sunday), "Cadets Impress Big Five Officers," New York Times, p. 33.
  13. 1946, OCTOBER 17 (Thursday), "U.N. Phesant Hunt Worried by Alien Law: Dignitaries Arrive in North Dakota for Shooting Party," The Lincoln Star (Lincoln, Nebraska), p. 12
  14. 1946, OCTOBER 18 (Friday), "Game Wardens Look Away as UN Aids Hunt," Middletown Times Herald (Middletown, NY), p. 3.
  15. 1946, OCTOBER 18 (Friday), "UN Military Men Hunt as Wardens Turn Heads Away," by Jack Hagerty, Dunkirk Evening Observer (Dunkirk, NY), p. 9.
  16. 1946, OCTOBER 21 (Monday), "Wardens Look Other Way; International Hunt Begins," The Vidette-Messenger (Valparaiso, Indiana), p. 5.
  17. 1946, NOVEMBER 29, "Top Chinese Army General in W. VA.," Beckley Post-Herald (Beckley, West Virginia), p. 4.
  18. 1947, OCTOBER 29 (Wednesday), "Gen. H.H. Arnold Receiving Military Award from China," New York Times, p. 14. (with photo)
  19. 1948, MAY 1 (Saturday), "New Head For U.N. Military Unit," New York Times, p. 3.
  20. 1948, OCTOBER 2, "Chinese Heads U.N. Committee," New York Times, p. 4.
  21. 1948 NOVEMBER 3 (Wednesday), "U. N. Military Post To France," New York Times, p. 28.
  22. 1949, MARCH 1 (Tuesday), "U. N. Council To Change Officers," New York Times, p. 15.

    1951 -----------

  23. AUGUST 22 (Wednesday), 1951, "Chiang Aide In U.S. Recalled To Account For $19,440,000," New York Times, p. 1.
  24. AUGUST 31 (Friday), 1951, "Ouster Of General Revives Scrutiny Of Graft In China," New York Times, p. 1.
  25. SEPTEMBER 1 (Saturday), 1951, "Mow Barred From U.N," New York Times, p. 2. 
  26. SEPTEMBER 4 (Tuesday), 1951, "Diplomacy In Cuckoo Land," The Washington Post, p. 8.
  27. SEPTEMBER 6 (Thursday), 1951, "Gen. Mow, Ousted By Chiang, Submits Corruption Details," New York Times, p. 1.
  28. SEPTEMBER 6 (Thursday), 1951, "Texts Of Two Memorandums Made Public By General Mow," New York Times, p. 4.
  29. SEPTEMBER 9, 1951, "Four Agencies Probe Acts Of Chiang's U.S. Contractor," by Alfred Friendly,  The Washington Post, p. M1.
  30. SEPTEMBER 10 (Monday), 1951, "Senate Unit Helps To Hunt Grafting In China Nationalist Agency Here," New York Times, p. 1.
  31. SEPTEMBER 10 (Monday), 1951, "2 Recalled Chinese Officials Objected to Mustang Deals: Plane Manipulations Blocked," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. 1.
  32. SEPTEMBER 11 (Tuesday), 1951, "China Plane Graft Denied By Agency," New York Times,  p. 3.
  33. SEPTEMBER 11 (Tuesday), 1951, "Nationalists Rejected Chance To Buy 50 U.S. Thunderbolts: China Rejected 50 Planes,"  By Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. 1.
  34. SEPTEMBER 11 (Tuesday), 1951, "U.S. Haven For Mow And Aide And A Senate Inquiry Asked," New York Times, p. 1.
  35. SEPTEMBER 12 (Wednesday), 1951,"China Aide Widens Charges Of Graft," New York Times, p. 8.
  36. SEPTEMBER 12 (Wednesday), 1951, "Nationalists' U.S. Supplier Tried to Sell to Red China: Chiang's Supplier Offered Reds Goods," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. 1.
  37. SEPTEMBER 13 (Thursday), 1951, "Knowland Waits Word From Chiang," The Washington Post, p. 4.
  38. SEPTEMBER 13 (Thursday), 1951, "Nationalist Chief of Staff Undercut General on U.S. Aid: Nationalist General Undercut on Supplies," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. 1.
  39. SEPTEMBER 13 (Thursday), 1951, “Mow to Face Trial,”  The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), p. 18.
  40. SEPTEMBER 13 (Thursday), 1951, "General Mow Kept His Letter," by Ralph McGill, The Miami News, p. 1.
  41. SEPTEMBER 14 (Friday), 1951, "Chinese Embassy Acting On 2 Aides," New York Times, p. 4.
  42. SEPTEMBER 14 (Friday), 1951, "Two Recalled Chinese Officers Have Seen Nothing of Charges: Charges Lacking in China Case," by Alfred Friendly,  The Washington Post, p. 1.
  43. SEPTEMBER 14 (Friday), 1951, "Let's Turn the Light in China," Editorial, St. Petersburg Times, p. 8.
  44. SEPTEMBER 14 (Friday), 1951, "'Fair Trial' Offered to Mow," New York Times, p.
  45. SEPTEMBER 16 (Sunday), 1951, "Huge Bribery Attempt in China Graft Charged," Los Angeles Times, p. 20.
  46. SEPTEMBER 16 (Sunday), 1951, "Formosa Replaces Mow In U.N.," New York Times, p. 29.
  47. SEPTEMBER 16 (Sunday), 1951, "Offer of Half Million to Buy Gen. Mow's Silence Reported," The Baltimore Sun,  p. 15.
  48. SEPTEMBER 16 (Sunday), 1951, "Chinese Clerk Here Discloses Attempted Bribe to Hush Mow: Chinese Clerk Tells Of Rich Bribe Offer," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. M1.
  49. SEPTEMBER 16 (Sunday), 1951, "Mow Successor Named For U.N. Committee Post," The Washington Post, p. M4.
  50. SEPTEMBER 17 (Monday), 1951, "Formosa Sacks General For Fund Shortage Taipeh," The Canberra Times, p. 1.
  51. SEPTEMBER 17 (Monday), 1951, “Kao Appointed To Succeed Mow As China Envoy," The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), p. 3.
  52. SEPTEMBER 17 (Monday), 1951, "In Mow Case: Bribe Offer Is Denied On Formosa," The Washington Post, p. 5.
  53. SEPTEMBER 19 (Wednesday), 1951 "Formosa May Sue Mow, Hsiang In U.S.," New York Times, p. 2.
  54. SEPTEMBER 19 (Wednesday), 1951, "Generals Take Guns to Dinner," The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Australia), p. 1.
  55. SEPTEMBER 19 (Wednesday), 1951, "New 35M Loan in November," Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, p. 1.
  56. SEPTEMBER 19 (Wednesday), 1951, "Action Planned in Mow Case," The Washington Post, p. 7.
  57. NOVEMBER 6, 1951, "Chinese Seek Joint U.S. Unit In AF Probe," by Alfred Friendly,  The Washington Post, p. 2.
  58. NOVEMBER 15 (Thursday), 1951, "Nationalists Sue Gen. Mow And Aide," New York Times, p. 4.
  59. NOVEMBER 15 (Thursday), 1951, "Nationalists Ask Court Here To Stop Officers' Spending," The Washington Post, p. 3.
  60. NOVEMBER 16 (Friday), 1951, "Writ Not Served On Mow," New York Times, p. 3.
  61. NOVEMBER 20 (Tuesday), 1951, "Suit Against Mow To Be Heard Today," New York Times, p. 5.
  62. NOVEMBER 20 (Tuesday), 1951, "Taipeh Fires 2 Air Officers Here in 3-Month Funds Row," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. 3.
  63. NOVEMBER 21 (Wednesday), 1951, "Mow Suit Deferred By Court To Nov. 30," New York Times, p. 3.
  64. NOVEMBER 21 (Wednesday), 1951, "Chinese Stay Away From U.S. Hearing,"  The Washington Post, p. B11.
  65. NOVEMBER 25 (Sunday), 1951, "Gen. Mow Brands Chiang Usurper In Asking Dismissal Of Fund Suit," New York Times, p. 1.
  66. NOVEMBER 25 (Sunday), 1951, "Two Chinese Officers Call Chiang Usurper, Ask Dismissal of Suit," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. M2.
  67. NOVEMBER 26 (Monday), 1951, “Procurement Aides Challenge Chiang's Right to Presidency," The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), p. 13.
  68. NOVEMBER 30, 1951, "Court Orders Inventory of Chinese Funds," by the Associated Press, The Washington Post, p. 3.
  69. DECEMBER 1 (Saturday), 1951, "Chiang Aide Applauds Court Step On Funds," New York Times, p. 4.
  70. DECEMBER 4 (Tuesday), 1951, "2 Chinese Accept Court Service," New York Times, p. 3.
  71. DECEMBER 4 (Tuesday), 1951, "Agents Accept U.S. Summons In Chiang Suit," The Washington Post, p. 8.
  72. DECEMBER 5 (Wednesday), 1951, "15 Chinese Aides Quit, Mow Lawyer States," New York Times, p. 7.
  73. DECEMBER 5 (Wednesday), 1951, "15 Chiang Air Officers Quit Agency as U.S. Takes Custody," by the United Press, The Washington Post, p. 1.
  74. DECEMBER 5 (Wednesday), 1951, "15 on Gen. Mow's Staff Quit in Row Over Suit," New York Herald Tribune, p. 10.
  75. DECEMBER 7 (Friday), 1951, "Ruling Due Monday In Chinese Fund Suit," New York Times, p. 3.
  76. DECEMBER 8 (Saturday), 1951, "Gen. Mow Dismissed By Formosa Regime," New York Times, p. 2.
  77. DECEMBER 8 (Saturday), 1951, "Chiang ousts General over Plane Funds," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 8.
  78. DECEMBER 9 (Sunday), 1951, "General is Dismissed," Sunday Times (Perth, Australia), p. 3.
  79. DECEMBER 11 (Tuesday), 1951, "Mow Loses Plea To Bar Fund Suit," New York Times, p. 6.
  80. DECEMBER 13 (Thursday), 1951, "Former Chiang Aides Appeal Injunction," New York Times, p. 8.
  81. DECEMBER 22, 1951, "Daily Washington Merry-Go-Round," by Drew Pearson, San Mateo Times, p. 10.
  82. DECEMBER 23, 1951, "Pearson Asserts Chiang Fired General Who Bared Corruption," Waterloo Daily Courier (Waterloo, Iowa), p. 4.

    1952 ---------------

  83. JANUARY 2, 1952, "Madame Chiang Tried to Stop Boodle; Well-Meant Try Gets Wrong Man Fired," by Drew Pearson, Santa Fe New Mexican, p.5.
  84. JANUARY 11 (Friday), 1952, "Gen. Mow Is Directed To Answer In Court," New York Times,  p. 4.
  85. JANUARY 22 (Tuesday), 1952, "China Air Agents Sue Chiang In Libel," New York Times, p. 3.
  86. FEBRUARY 12 (Tuesday), 1952,  "China Asks Judgment," New York Times, p. 9.
  87. FEBRUARY 22 (Friday), 1952,  "Gen. Mow In Mexico," New York Times, p 2.
  88. FEBRUARY 25 (Monday), 1952, "Taipei Acts On 2 Ex-Aides," New York Times, p. 2.
  89. MARCH 2 (Sunday), 1952, "Accused Aide's Kin Back In Red China," New York Times,  pp. 1&4.
  90. MARCH 4 (Tuesday), 1952, "Judgment Ordered Against Mow," New York Times, p. 1.
  91. MARCH 4 (Tuesday), 1952, "Default Judgment Against Gen. Mow: Accused Nationalist Failed to Appear in Court," New York Herald Tribune, P. 4.
  92. MARCH 5 (Wednesday), 1952, "Chinese General Missing with £ ½ Million," News (Adelaide, SA, Australia), p. 6. (illustrated)
  93. MARCH 6 (Wednesday), 1952, "General and Money Vanish," Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW, Australia), p. 7.
  94. MARCH 23 (Wednesday), 1952, "U.S. Files Tax Lien Against Chinese Gen. Mow," The Washington Post, p. M23.
  95. APRIL 12 (Saturday), 1952, "Mow Held Signer Of Wires To Chiang," New York Times, p. 3.
  96. APRIL 12 (Saturday), 1952, "Chiang Official Blames Mow as Dispatch Signer: Diplomat Says Messages Morse Turned Up Came From Deposed General," New York Herald Tribune, p. 12.
  97. APRIL 12 (Saturday), 1952, "Chinese Deny They Sent 'Lobby' Cables," by Alfred Friendly, The Washington Post, p. 5.
  98. APRIL 17 (Thursday), 1952, "Chiang Messages Denied,"  New York Times, p. 2.
  99. APRIL 20, 1952, "Chinese AF Officers' Libel Claims Dismissed," The Washington Post, p. M14.
  100. JUNE 4, 1952, "Cables Show Chiang's War Effort", by Drew Pearson," The Washington Post, p. 35.
  101. JULY 15, 1952, "U.S. To Investigate Cables To Chiang," Tuesday, New York Times, P. 22
  102. JULY 17, 1952, "FBI to Probe China Cables, Morse Says," The Washington Post, P. 11
  103. AUGUST 12 (Tuesday), 1952, "Washington Report: Fulton Lewis Jr.," Reading Eagle, p. 12.
  104. AUGUST 13 (Wednesday), 1952, "Chinese General Mow Arrested in Mexico," The Washington Post, p. 10.
  105. AUGUST 13 (Wednesday), "Se Busca un Gral. Chino, por Fraude," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 10.
  106. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Mexico Holds General Mow: Chinese Accuse him of taking $25,000,000 in arms fund," The Sun (Baltimore, MD), p. 1.
  107. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Mexico Holds Mow At Chiang Request," New York Times, p. 2.
  108. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Mexico Arrests China General in Funds Theft," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. A4.
  109. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Mow Has Funds Of Chiang With Him in Mexico: His Detention Confirmed; He Says He Won't Give Money to Nationalists," New York Herald Tribune, p. B2.
  110. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "General held for huge fraud," News (Adelaide, SA, Australia), p. 6.
  111. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Misuse of Funds Alleged," Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW, Australia), p. 3.
  112. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Extradition of National General Ask," Santa Fe New Mexican, p. A12.
  113. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "£11 Million Fraud Allegation," The Newcastle Sun (NSW , Australia), p. 20.
  114. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, "Mexico Holds Mow with Chiang's Cash," Pittsfield Berkshire Evening Eagle, p. 2.
  115. AUGUST 14 (Thursday), 1952, " La Detencion de Teo Mow," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 1 & 9.
  116. AUGUST 15 (Friday), 1952, "Mow Case Charges Denied By American," New York Times, p. 2.
  117. AUGUST 15 (Friday), 1952,"They are Mow in Trouble," The Raleigh Register (Beckley, West Virginia), p. 1. (photo)
  118. AUGUST 15 (Friday), 1952, "General Held on Charge of Embezzlement," The Age (Melbourne, Vic., Australia), p. 1.
  119. AUGUST 15 (Friday), 1952, "Chinese General Charged with Big Scale Embezzlement," The Canberra Times,  p. 1.
  120. AUGUST 15 (Friday), 1952, £11 Million theft alleged, Chinese General Arrested, National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW, Australia), p. 5.
  121. AUGUST 15 (Friday), 1952, General Held On To £11mNewcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW, Australia), p. 3.
  122. AUGUST 16 (Saturday), 1952, "Mow Hearing Awaits Action By Chinese," The Washington Post, p. 3.
  123. AUGUST 17 (Sunday), 1952, "Secretary Released, Mow Sent to Prison," New York Times, p. 3. 
  124. AUGUST 17 (Sunday), 1952, " El Gral. Pang Tsu Mow fue a dar a la Penitenciaria," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 1 & 9.
  125. AUGUST 18 (Monday), 1952,"Mexico Acusa al General Chino Por Haber Entrado Ilegalmente," La Prensa (San Antonio, TX), p. 1.
  126. AUGUST 18 (Monday), 1952, "Blonde to Help General," The Pittsburgh Press, p. 5.
  127. AUGUST 19 (Tuesday), 1952, "Mexico Frees American," New York Times, p. 4.
  128. AUGUST 19 (Tuesday), 1952, "Mow Says He Has 5 Millions in Safe Place," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. A6.
  129. AUGUST 19 (Tuesday), 1952, "Mexico Podra Extraditar al General Chino Mow," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  130. AUGUST 20 (Wednesday), 1952, "Sera Extraditado El General Peng TSU Mow," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 6.
  131. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "Mow Papers Found At Great Neck," New York Times, p. 1.
  132. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "Seize 46 Secret U.N., China Code Books in Gen. Mow's Home," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. A4.
  133. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "Mow Tenía Documentos en N. Y. Entre Ellos Claves, Mapas Secretos," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  134. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "U.S. Home of Gen. Mow Yields Codes, Air Maps", Los Angeles Times, p. 15.
  135. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "Raid on Mow's Nassau Home Yields Secrets: Codes and Maps Seized at Great Neck on Request of Chinese Nationalists", New York Herald Tribune, p. 1.
  136. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "Mow's Home Yields Up Data," The Washington Post, p. 5.
  137. AUGUST 21 (Thursday), 1952, "Ademas de Ladron, el Gral. Mow es Traidor,"  El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 3.
  138. AUGUST 23 (Saturday), 1952, "Court Asked to Freeze Mow's Bank Deposits,"  The Washington Post, p. 5.
  139. AUGUST 23 (Saturday), 1952, "El General Mow en la Penitenciaria," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 4.
  140. SEPTEMBER 1 (Monday), 1952, "Horizonte: Chino Pacifista," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 4.
  141. SEPTEMBER 6 (Saturday), 1952, "Mow's Lawyer Asks Return Of Records," New York Times, p. 2.
  142. SEPTEMBER 16 (Wednesday), 1952, "El Proceso del Gral Chino Mow," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 1.
  143. SEPTEMBER 25 (Thursday), 1952, "Blonde Secretary," The Charleville Times (Brisbane, Australia), p. 3.
  144. OCTOBER 13 (Monday), 1952, "Mow's Extradition Asked," New York Times, p. 12.
  145. OCTOBER 16 (Thursday), 1952, "Chinese Recover Part Of Mow Fund," New York Times, p. 5.
  146. OCTOBER 16 (Thursday), 1952, ”Nationalists Ask Mexico To Extradite Gen. Mow,” The Baltimore Sun, p. 9 .
  147. OCTOBER 16 (Thursday), 1952, "Las Pruebas Contra Mow," El Siglo de Terreon (Mexico), p. 1.
  148. OCTOBER 17 (Friday), 1952, "Mexico Asked To Extradite Mow to China," The Washington Post, 1952, p. 3.
  149. OCTOBER 17 (Friday), 1952, "La Extradición Del General Mow Explicada Por El Lic. Portes Gil," LA PRENSA (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  150. OCTOBER 20, 1952, "Se Presentan las Pruebas para Extraditar al General Mow," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  151. OCTOBER 25 (Saturday), 1952, "La Extradicion del General Mow," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 1.
  152. OCTOBER 29, 1952, "Mexico Concedera La Extradición del General Mow: Recomienda La Accion La Procuraduria," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  153. OCTOBER 30, 1952, "Fue Presentada Grave Acusacion Contra El Licenciado Portes Gil," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 6.
  154. OCTOBER 30 (Jueves), 1952, "General Mow," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 4. (illustrated)
  155. NOVEMBER 1 (Saturday), 1952, "Mow Granted Delay To Amplify Defense," New York Times, p. 3.
  156. NOVEMBER 21 (Friday), 1952, "Chiang Judgment Upheld," New York Times, p. 13.
  157. DECEMBER 29, 1952, "Court Upholds Entry Charges," Santa Fe New Mexican, p. 13.

    1953 ---------------

  158. JANUARY 20 (Tuesday), 1953, "Mow Sues to Block Return to Formosa," New York Times, p. 7.
  159. JANUARY 22 (Thursday), 1953, Chinese General on Theft Charge, Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW, Australia), p. 4.
  160. FEBRUARY 19 (Thursday), 1953, "Westbrook Pegler Reveals: Pearson Link to Chinese General,"  The Milwaukee Sentinel, p. 16.
  161. FEBRUARY 19 (Thursday), 1953, "Fair Enough," by Westbrook Pegler, Burlington Daily Times News, p. 4.
  162. FEBRUARY 19 (Thursday), 1953, "Lawyer Threatens Pearson Hatchet in Case of China's Missing 7 Million," by Westbrook Pegler, Madison Wisconsin State Journal, p. 4.
  163. FEBRUARY 19 (Thursday), 1953, "Link Pearson's Lawyer with Missing China Cash," by Westbrook Pegler, Norwalk Reflector Herald (Ohio), p. 3.
  164. FEBRUARY 20 (Friday), 1953, "Pearson Lawyer Got China Funds?," The Spokesman-Review,  p. 3.
  165. FEBRUARY 20 (Friday), 1953, "Fair Enough," by Westbrook Pegler, The Monroe News-Star (Monroe, Louisiana
),  p. 4.
  166. FEBRUARY 22 (Sunday), 1953, "Mow Extradition Barred In Mexico," New York Times, p. 3.
  167. FEBRUARY 22 (Sunday), 1953, "Mexico Refuses to Extradite Mow, Wanted in Formosa," Daily Boston Globe, p. C11.
  168. FEBRUARY 22 (Sunday), 1953,"Gen. Mow Wins Court Fight to Hide in Mexico: Wanted as Embezzler of 5 Million by Chinese,"  Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 28.
  169. MARCH 16, 1953, "Portes and the case Mow," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  170. MARCH 21, 1953, "Desde México A Proposito De Politica," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 6.
  171. APRIL 1 (Wednesday), 1953, "Extradicion y Asilo," La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p.3.
  172. APRIL 3 (Friday), 1953, "Mexican Officials Charge Gen. Mow Entered Illegally," The Washington Post, p. 3.
  173. APRIL 3 (Friday), 1953, "El Gral. Mow Acusado Por Mexico,"  La Prensa (San Antonio, Texas), p. 1.
  174. APRIL 4 (Saturday), 1953, "Mexican Move to Oust General Mow," Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate, p. 3.
  175. APRIL 4 (Saturday), 1953, "Chinese General Illigally in Mexico," Illawarra Daily Mercury (Wollongong, NSW, Australia), p. 3. 
  176. APRIL 7, 1953,  "High Tribunal Bars Lawyer Of Top Reds," Chalmers M. Roberts, The Washington Post, p. 11. (Sup. Court. sends case back to Fed. Distr. Court)
  177. APRIL 11 (Saturday), 1953, "Mow Formally Accused," New York Times, p. 4.
  178. APRIL 12 (Sunday), 1953, "Letters to the Editor: Mow And Hsiang," by Warren Woods, The Washington Post, p. B4.
  179. JULY 29, 1953, "REFUGEE FROM CHIANG BASKS IN MEXICO JAIL: Lives in Suite of Cells as Trial Waits," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 17.
  180. OCTOBER 31, 1953, "Empty Deposit Box," by Drew Pearson, St. Petersburg Times, p.6.
  181. DECEMBER 22 (Tuesday), 1953, "The Lyons Den," by Leonard Lyons, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, p. 29.

    1954 ---------------

  182. FEBRUARY 7 (Sunday), 1954, "US Columnists Are Saying: The FBI reports that the family of Chinese Nationalist Gen. Mow, who is gaoled in Mexico for embezzling millions from his Government, has opened a Manhattan restaurant to earn support," Truth (Brisbane, Qld., Australia), p. 8.
  183. FEBRUARY 10 (Wednesday), 1954, "Chiang Accused Over Mow Funds," New York Times, p. 2.
  184. FEBRUARY 16, 1954, “Formosa,” The Manchester Guardian (UK), p. 6.
  185. MARCH 9 (Tuesday), 1954, "Chinese Merchant Held," New York Times, p. 11.
  186. MARCH 18, 1954, "Woes Mount for Chinese Speculator: Chang, Deportation Target, Also Faces Suit for $810,000,"  Los Angeles Times, p. A1.
  187. MARCH 19, 1954, "Accused Chinese Tells of Internationals Deals," Los Angeles Times, p. A3.
  188. MARCH 29 (Monday), 1954, "Gen. Mow Tends Garden In Prison," New York Times, p. 2.
  189. APRIL 6, 1954, "Deportation of Ex-China Aide Ordered: U.S. Acts Against Former Colonel Accused of Fraud," Los Angeles Times, p. 23.
  190. APRIL 16 (Friday), 1954, "Nationalists Win Ruling," New York Times, p. 2.
  191. APRIL 16 (Friday), 1954, "Auditor Sets Mow's 'Bill' at 6 Million," The Washington Post and Times Herald, p. 10.
  192. JUNE 22 (Tuesday), 1954, "Mow Ordered To Pay Formosa $6,368,503," New York Times,  p. 5.
  193. JUNE 22 (Tuesday), 1954, "Chiang's China wins 6 Million from General," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 14.
  194. JUNE 24 (Thursday), 1954, "CABLES IN BRIEF: $6m. Judgment By U.S. Court," The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA, Australia), p. 7.
  195. JUNE 24 (Thursday), 1954, “U. S. Court Award to KMT," The Times of India (New Delhi, India), p. 11.
  196. JUNE 24 (Thursday), 1954, "Nationalist Embezzler Got Millions," The West Australian (Perth, WA), p. 10.
  197. JULY 7 (Wednesday), 1954, "Chinese Held In Nationalist Theft," New York Times, p. 1.
  198. JULY 7 (Wednesday), 1954,  "L.A. Man Held in China Nationalist Fund Theft," Los Angeles Times, p. 11.
  199. JULY 7 (Wednesday), 1954, "CHINESE HELD FOR LARCENY IN WAR FUND CASE: Charge $810,000 Was Stolen Money," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 11.
  200. JULY 8 (Thursday), 1954, "Tangled Affairs of Chiang Government Capture Headlines," The Age (Melbourne, Vic., Australia), p. 8.
  201. NOVEMBER 23 (Tuesday), 1954,  "Chinese General in Mexican Prision looks to his Freedom," The Tuscaloosa News (Alabama, USA), p. 6.

    1955 ---------------

  202. FEBRUARY 27, 1955, "Mow grew carrots and set tight on the missing millions," The Sydney Morning Herald, p. 47.
  203. MAY 24 (Tuesday), 1955, "TRACE CHINESE HOARD HERE: Trail Leads From Mexico to Chicagoan -Find $200,000 in Treasury Notes", Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 1.
  204. MAY 24 (Tuesday), 1955, "Es Posible que Mow Salga Libre," El Siglo de Torreon (Mexico), p. 1.
  205. MAY 25 (Wednesday), 1955, "Two Missing U. S. Bonds Turn Up," Florence Morning News (Florence, SC), p. 10.
  206. MAY 25 (Wednesday), 1955, "Mexico releases Chinese Ex-Aid; Mow, Once Air Mission Head, Gets Refugee Status After Lengthy Imprisonment," New York Times, p. 10. 
  207. MAY 25 (Wednesday), 1955, "Gen. Mow Freed by Mexico," The Washington Post and Times Herald, p. 6.
  208. MAY 25 (Wednesday), 1955, "General mow ordered free,"  Prescott Evening Courier, p. 7.
  209. MAY 25 (Wednesday), 1955, "Mexico Frees Chiang Ex-Aid in Fund Probe: Chicagoan Tells of Getting Bills," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 1.
  210. MAY 26 (Thursday), 1955, "Chiang Lawyer fights Decker Claim to Funds: Hopes to Have Court Kill Counter," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 13.
  211. MAY 26 (Thursday), 1955, "Mexico Releases General Accused of $6 Million Theft," Pacific Stars and Stripes (Tokyo, Japan), p. 5.
  212. MAY 26 (Thursday), 1955, "Chinese Gen Released from Prison," European Stars And Stripes (Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany), p. 3.
  213. MAY 26 (Thursday), 1955, "El General Chino Pang, en Libertad," La Vanguardia (Spain), p. 12.
  214. MAY 26 (Thursday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," Greenfield Daily Reporter (Greenfield, Indiana
), p. 1.
  215. MAY 26 (Thursday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," The Daily Republican (Monongahela, Pennsylvania
), p. 4.
  216. MAY 27 (Friday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," The Evening Review (East Liverpool, Ohio), 
p. 22.
  217. MAY 27 (Friday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," The Kane Republican (Kane, Pennsylvania), 
p. 8.
  218. MAY 28 (Saturday), 1955, "Chinese Nationalist Gen. Pang Tsu Mow leaves the grim walls of Mexico City penitentiary," Mt. Vernon Register-News (Mt. Vernon, Illinois
), p. 5.
  219. JUNE 1 (Wednesday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," Traverse City Record-Eagle (Traverse City, Michigan)
, p. 16.
  220. JUNE 1 (Wednesday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," The Daily Notes (Canonsburg, PA
), p. 8.
  221. JUNE 6 (Monday), 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Missing," The Neosho Daily News (Neosho, Missouri
), p. 6.
  222. JUNE 7 (Tuesday), 1955, "Chinese Nationalist Gen. Pang Tsu Mow leaves the grim walls of Mexico City penitentiary," Washington C.H. Record-Herald (Washington Court House, Ohio
), p. 13.
  223. JUNE 9 (Thursday), 1955, "Decker Tells Deal For Notes Chiang Claims," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. A4.
  224. JUNE 10 (Friday), 1955, "May Dismiss Suit if Chinese Won't Testify," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. B13.
  225. JUNE 25, 1955, "Find Las Vegas Clew China's Missing Funds," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 16.
  226. AUGUST 10, 1955, "He's Free, $6,000,000 Mising," Oxnard Press Courier, p. 13 (photo of Mow leaving prision)
  227. JULY 1 (Friday), 1955, "U. S. Appeals Court Rules Against Mow," New York Times, p. 5.

     after 1955 -----------

  228. 1956, JANUARY 25 (Wednesday), "U.S. Judge Halts Cashing $ Million Note," Long Beach Independent (Ling Beach, CA), p. 2.
  229. 1956, AUGUST 7, "Chiang Regine Wins $810,000 Recovery Suit," Chicago Daily Tribune, p. A9.
  230. 1956, AUGUST 7, "Formosa Regime Given Judgment for $810,000: Court Rules Against Chinese Merchant Accused of $5,598,899 Embezzelment Role," Los Angeles Times, p. A6.
  231. 1956, SEPTEMBER 13 (Thursday), "Underworld's Trying to Cash $1 Million Bill," by Richard O'Connor, Phoenix Arizona Republic, p. 52.
  232. 1957, SEPTEMBER 13 (Friday), "Mexico City's Black Palace Remarkable Prison With One Remarkable Prisoner Staying For Life," Bluefield Daily Telegraph, p. 7.
  233. 1958, DECEMBER 7 (Sunday), "Tourism in Mexico," by Drew Pearson, Joplin Globe, p. 6D.
  234. 1958, DECEMBER 7 (Sunday), "Tourists Discovering Facination of Mexico," by Drew Pearson, The Delta Democrat-Times (Greenville, Mississippi), p. 6D.
  235. 1958, DECEMBER 8 (Monday), "Exiles' Refuge," by Drew Pearson, Kingsport Times (Kingsport, TN), p. 6.
  236. 1960, MARCH 1, "Pone en Aprietos a las Autoridades de Mexico el General Pang Tsu Mow," El Continental (El Paso, Texas), p. 6.
  237. 1961, MARCH 16, "Near Settlement In Formosa Tiff Says Chicagoan," Freeport Journal Standard (Freeport, Illinois), p. 6.
  238. 1961, SEPTEMBER 16,  "EX-AIDE OF CHINA DIES IN CAR CRASH: Ousted as Nationalists' Air Force Purchaser in '51," New York Times, p. 8.
  239. 1989, AUGUST 8, "Bugle Boy to Battle on New Fronts: The firm 's founder overcame personal and business woes to build top clothing firm," Los Angeles Times, p. C1.
  240. 2005, JULY 15, 新华网:抗战“驼峰”航线资料落户北京航空馆
  241. 2005, JULY 16, 二战期间“驼峰航线”资料及部分文物落户北航
  242. 2005, JULY 18, 二戰期間“駝峰航線”資料落戶北航 , 2005年07月18日12:23

    

MAGAZINE & JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. THE NATION, Peggy Turdan, “Terror in Taiwan", May 24, 1947, pp.626-628.
  2. TIME, "Crime & Punishment",  Vol. 58 Issue 10, September 3m 1951, p40. 1 (AN: 54164053)
  3. China Monthly Review (Shanghai, China), “Down the Drain on Taiwan”, October 1, 1951, p. 193.
  4. Free China Review, Vol. 2, Issue 1, "Mow Outlaws Himself", by  Louis C.H. Lin, March 1, 1952, p. 24 (ISSN: 0016-030X)
  5. TIME, "Who's Corrupt?", Vol. 59, Issue 10, March 10, 1952, p. 26.
  6. TIME, "Mexico - The General & the Blonde", August 25, 1952, p. 31.
  7. International and Comparative Law Quaterly, Vol. 2, No. 3, "Republic of China v. Pang Tsu Mow", July 1, 1953, pp. 480-487.
  8. CORONET, Rchard O'Connor, "The Tarnished Treasure of General Mow", Vol. 41, 1957, pp. 111-116.
  9. CLIMAX, Roy Langdon, "Generl Mow and the $19,000,000", June 1957, pp. 2 - 9.
  10. LIFE Magazine, Isaac Don Levine, "Secrets of an Assassin," September 28, 1959, p. 122.


LEGAL DOCUMENTS

  1. U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia - 101 F. Supp. 646 (D.D.C. 1951), REPUBLIC OF CHINA v. PANG-TSU MOW et al., Civ. No. 4741-51; decided December 10, 1951.
  2. U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia - 105 F. Supp. 411 (D.D.C. 1952), REPUBLIC OF CHINA v. PANG-TSU MOW et al., Civ. A. No. 4741-51, April 19, 1952.
  3. "Report of the Committee on International Law in the Courts of the United States," Proceedings (American Bar Association. Section of International and Comparative Law) (SEPTEMBER 16-17, 1952), pp. 79-86
  4. CONGRESSIONAL HEARING HRG-1952-SJS-0024, Subcommittee To Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws; Committee on the Judiciary, "Testimony of Frances Yuan and Col. Ve-Shen Hsiang", Hearing Dates: Jul. 1, 10, 1952; Senate Sudoc Number: Y4.J89/2:Y9/3; Length: 61 pp.; Legacy CIS Number: 87 S1543-3.
  5. Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division.33 N.J. Super. 24 (1954), 108 A.2d 891, REPUBLIC OF CHINA, ET AL., PLAINTIFFS, v. PONG-TSU MOW, (ALSO KNOWN AS PANG-TSU MOW), DEFENDANT, decided October 15, 1954.
  6. Digest of Foreign Law CasesMartin DomkeJ. Chrys DoughertyAntonio R. SarabiaWilliam B. Stern,William M. Sutherland, The American Journal of Comparative Law, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Autumn, 1952), pp. 433-441
  7. http://federal-circuits.vlex.com/vid/pang-tsu-mow-republic-china-appellee-36650687
  8. U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit - 220 F.2d 811 (D.C. Cir. 1955), Pang-tsu Mow, Appellant, v. Republic of China, Appellee, Order filed November 30, 1954, Opinion of Chief Judge Stephens Filed February 21, 1955.
  9. United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit, 225 F.2d 543, Pang Tsu Mow et al v. Republic of China, No. 12391, argued April 28, 1955, decided June 30, 1955.
  10. "Pang Tsu Mow and Ve Shuen Hslang, Petitioners, V. Republic of China. U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings", Irene Kennedy, Chauncey Belknap, U.S. Supreme Court Records, Oct 28, 2011 - 54 page.
  11. The Ambrose Lanfear Cram Papers, at the Hoover Institution,Stanford Univ., Depositions, interrogatories, exhibits, hearing transcripts, motions and other legal records, correspondence, memoranda, notes, and expense statements, relating to legal efforts of the government of Taiwan to recover funds embezzled by General P. T. Mow and Colonel V. S. Hsiang.

 

BOOKS

  1. The Wellington Koo Memoir (Chinese Oral History Project of the East Asia Institute of Columbia University, Vol. VII, Part C: "The Mow Pang-chu - Chou Chih-jou Controversy: A Case History of Some of the Failings of Personal Politics") by V. K.Wellington Koo, 1978. http://www.amazon.com/Wellington-memoir-Chinese-history-project/dp/B0006X3GV6
  2. Ding Hao, America's Air War in China, 1937-1945, by Wanda Cornelius, Thayne Short, Pelican Pub. Co., Nov 1, 1980, pp. 62-64.
  3. A Tragic Beginning: The Taiwan Uprising of February 28, 1947, by Zehan Lai, Ramon Hawley Myers, Stanford University Press 1991.
  4. "Flying the Hump", by Otha C. Spencer, Texas A&M University Press, College Station, TX, 1992, pg. 27 (Mow's contribution to "finding routes through the Himalaya Mountains ...").
  5. Toward arming China: United States arms sales and military assistance, 1921-1941, DISSERTATION by Zhang, Xiaoming, Ph.D., The University of Iowa, 1994, p. 297 (University Microfilms International [UMI] order number 9433697)
  6. "Hump Air Transport," by Li Xiangping, The State Council Information Office of the PRCChina Intercontinental Communication Center, 01/01/2003 [ISBN-13:9787508502861]. Mao BangChu mentioned on pages 19&20 as heading a flight over the Hump on July 18, 1942.
  7. "Preemptive Strike", by Alan Armstrong, The Lyons Press, 1st Edition (2006) [ISBN 1592289134]. Mow Pang Tsu mentioned on pp. 1-3, 5, 10, 11, 31, 32, 59-62, 85-87, 122, and 139.
  8. "Madame Chiang Kai-shek: China's Eternal First Lady", by Laura Tyson Li, Grove Press, Dec 1, 2007, pg.144 (see "Mao Bangchu").( ISBN: 0802143229)
  9. "KEEPING CHINA IN THE WAR: The Trans-Himalayan "Hump" Airlift and Sino-US Strategy in World War II", DISSERTATION by John D. Plating, M.A., The Ohio State University, 2007, p. 40. (on Mao Bangchu's interactions with Chennault)
  10. The Effectiveness of Airpower in the 20th Century, Part One (1914 - 1939), by  By John F. O'Connell, iUniverse, 2007, p. 203.
  11. The Last Empress: Madame Chiang Kai-shek and the Birth of Modern China, by Hannah Pakula, Simon and Schuster, Nov 3, 2009, pages xvi, 285, 286, 612, and 613.
  12. "William D. Pawley: The Extraordinary Life of the Adventurer, Entrepreneur, and Diplomat Who Cofounded the Flying Tigers", by Anthony R. Carrozza,  Potomac Books, 1st edition, March 1, 2012, pp. 73, 74, and 80. [ISBN-10: 1597977144]
  13. "North Star: A Memoir," by Peter Camejo,  ReadHowYouWant, January 21, 2013, pp. 41 & 52. (ISBN-10: 1458780783) (mentiones Van and Maurice Mow's lifes in Great Neck, NY)
  14. "Way of a Fighter: The Memoirs of Claire Lee Chennault," by Claire L. Chennault (Author), Robert Hotz (Editor), G.P. Putnam's Sons; 1st edition (1949), ASIN: B0007DZ3D4, pp. 29, 36, 39, 40, 41, 42, 58, 62, 64, 75, 90, 107, 371, 375.
  15. "The Dragon's War: Allied Operations and the Fate of China", 1937-1947, by Maochun Yu, Naval Institute Press, Jul 31, 2013, pp. 24 and 148 (see "Mao Bangchu").


WEBPAGES

  1. English wikipedia article on Mow Pang Tzu
  2. Chinese wikipedia article on Mow Pang Tzu
  3. The Generals of WWII (http://www.generals.dk/general/Mao_Bangchu/_/China.html)
  4. Legion of Merit Award Recipience
  5. Copies of Various Articles in Chinese Press
  6. “毛邦初事件”:给蒋介石带来极大痛苦的亲信http://military.china.com/zh_cn/history4/62/20090619/15529909.html
  7. Webpage of Mow Pang Tzu's hometown
  8. A conversation on baidu
  9. 二战期间“驼峰航线”资料落户北航航空馆
  10. Webpage of General Mow's brother, Mao YingChu, (http://ww2db.com/person_bio.php?person_id=936)
  11. Diana Mow's Pinterest Board on "Mow" 
  12. Lt. General Mow Pang Tzu Webpage
  13. General Pang Tzu Mow Webpage

 

VIDEOS

  1. Mow Pang Tzu's Story on Chinese TV (2015-05-15, 44:40 min, Chinese)
  2. Historic Archival Stock Footage WWII Military News, 1943 Chinese Air Cadets Win Wings (General P.T. Mow shown at time stamp 1:00 - 1:15min)
  3. Head of China's Air Force Gen. Mow Pang Tzu with Clair Lee Chennault (?); not confirmed.