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BROKEN SILENCE - GICLÉE STUDIO PROOF

In a scene typical in Norfolk, England during the summer and autumn of 1943, two pairs of Mosquito B.IVs, each powered by two phenomenal Rolls-Royce Merlin Engines, head out over the East Anglian fens on a low-level precision strike against enemy targets in Holland.

 

 

THE BLOND KNIGHT

Following up on HUNTERS AT DAWN this is the second release in the pair of limited editions and Robert Taylor’s atmospheric painting portrays Erich Hartmann climbing out of his Bf109 G-6 at Weszperem’s snow-covered airfield after returning from another arduous mission leading Stab I./JG53 with whom, on 4 February he downed a Yak-9. It was his 337th victory.

HUNTERS AT DAWN

Gerhard Barkhorn, flying his Bf109 G-6, leads the Stab as they climb out from their base near the Black Sea, early November 1943. The crisp air of day break is temporarily punctuated by the roar of Daimler-Benz engines as the deadly Messerschmitt fighters set off on their daily hunt for Soviet aircraft.
 

 

FORTRESS AT REST

Temporarily grounded by deep overnight snow, a B-17G Flying Fortress from the 398th Bomb Group stands quietly near the constantly patrolled perimeter of RAF Nuthampstead during the winter of 1944.

OKINAWA

Flying from USS Bunker Hill, F4U Corsairs from VMF-221 assault Japanese positions defending the island of Okinawa, April 1945. Leading the charge, USMC Pilot Lt Dean Caswell climbs away from the target after delivering a blistering rocket attack on a coastal installation.
 

 

THE SPOILS OF WAR

Simon’s powerful piece portrays the men of Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR reflecting on their recent action – the successful assault to overpower two entire companies of battle-hardened German Waffen-SS troops entrenched, with artillery support, along a Dutch dike, 5th October 1944.

GRAND SLAM

Richard’s spectacular drawing, completed on buff paper with subtle colour highlights, depicts Ken Trent and his crew as they gather in readiness for 617 Squadron’s raid on the Valentin U-boat construction facility at Farge, north of Bremen, 27 March 1945. Their modified Lancaster carries a massive ‘Grand Slam’ bomb as the final preparations are made the aircraft.
 

 

DEVASTATING STRIKE

Mosquito Mk.VIs from 143 Squadron, part of the famous Banff Strike Wing, come under intense defensive fire whilst delivering a blistering strike on a pair of large enemy ships off the Norwegian coast in early 1945. Their salvo of rockets, however, will likely be enough to penetrate the ships’ hulls.

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