ASSAULT ON OMAHA BEACH - Framed Remarque
by Simon Smith
Charging into a blizzard of unyielding machine-gun and mortar fire, elements of the 29th Infantry Division lead the assault on Omaha Beach, 6 June 1944. The scene at the water’s edge is one of chaos and bloody carnage as the heavily laden troops begin the 200 yard rush across the bullet-swept sands of what would later be known as ‘Bloody’ Omaha.
Smith's piece is framed to full conservation standards to include barbed wire upholstered onto sand, both taken from Omaha beach, and the replica Efka ciggarette logo.
The print is signed by the artist and TWO veterans who fought on Omaha beach in D-Day alongside the THREE signatures that feature in the Ovelord book:
- Private DON McCARTHY
- Private 1st Class NORMAN GROSSMAN
- Warrant Officer Rex Statham
- Warrant Officer RON BROWN
- Corporal GEORGE NEWTON
- Framed Prints
- 35 x 28 inches
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