THE DEFENCE OF SAINTE-MÈRE-ÉGLISE - Original Pencil Drawing

by Richard Taylor

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In June 1944 the task of securing the pivotal French town of Sainte-Mère-Église lay with the elite paratroopers of the US Army. Captured by the 82nd and 101st Airborne divisions, Sainte-Mère-Église became the first town in Normandy to be liberated by the Allies on D-Day.

This superb drawing has been conservation framed to include an original piece of wartime US parachute recovered from Normandy, along with the original signatures of four veterans who jumped on D-Day with the famous Easy Company, 101st Airborne 'The Band of Brothers':

  • First Lieutenant Lynn 'Buck' Compton
  • Sergeant First Class Donald Malarkey
  • Sergeant Earl McClung
  • Corporal Forrest Guth
Media:
Original Pencil
Size:
25 x 26 inches

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