STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY - Framed Collectors Piece
by Robert Taylor
JANUARY 1945: If the Allies had air superiority, nobody had told the determined pilots of the Luftwaffe, because the skies over Germany were both dangerous and deadly.
Robert’s iconic scene depicts a dramatic clash between the USAAF and the Luftwaffe high over the Rhineland. P-51 Mustangs of the 357th Fighter Group, escorting a heavy bomber raid deep into enemy territory, have engaged a strong force of Me109s and a massive dog-fight has developed. Captain Robert Foy of 363rd Squadron engages one of the Me109s in a daring head-on pass whilst P-47 Thunderbolts of 56th Fighter Group climb to give support.
Adding great authenticity, this superb SEVEN signature collector’s piece has been personally autographed by distinguished USAAF and Luftwaffe Aces:
- Colonel Clarence E 'Bud' Anderson
- Lieutenant Colonel Ernest Bankey
- Colonel Donald Cummings
- Colonel Walker 'Bud' Mahurin
- Generalleutnant Günther Rall KC with Oak Leaves and Swords
- Oberfeldwebel Helmut Rüffler KC
- Hauptmann Hans Weik KC
- Framed Prints
- 36.5 x 29 inches
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