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Dambusters Aviation Prints by Anthony Saunders and David Pentland. - worldnavalships.com

DHM6001. Low Pass Over the Möhne Dam by Anthony Saunders. <p>Operation Chastise, the plan to destroy the mighty Ruhr dams, was bold, audacious and dangerous.  It was also set to become one of the most legendary combat missions ever undertaken in the history of aviation warfare.  In late February 1943 a unique decision was taken by the RAF to form the now legendary 617 Squadron, a highly specialised unit within Bomber Command.  Its task was to be the destruction of the huge Möhne, Sorpe and Eder dams, which provided vital services to German industry.  Tasked with providing the crews for this new squadron was the young, outstanding, bomber and night-fighter pilot Wing Commander Guy Gibson, already a veteran of 174 bomber operations.  On 21st March 1943 the unit was formed at RAF Scampton under his command, and the chosen men had just eight weeks to prepare for the task in hand.  <b><p> Signed by :<br>Squadron Leader George L. Johnson DFM,<br>Corporal Maureen Stevens<br>and<br> Corporal Kenneth Lucas (deceased).<p> Signed limited edition of 425 prints.  <p> Paper size 32 inches x 24 inches (81cm x 61cm)  Image size 25.5 inches x 16.5 inches (65cm x 44cm)
DHM1701C. Well on the Way to Make History - the Dambusters by David Pentland. <p> The most famous raid of the second world war, the audacious Dambusters raid by Lancasters of No.617 Sqn was to wreak havoc in Germanys industrial heartland. Two dams will be destroyed on the raid - the Mohne and the Eder, flooding the valleys below and stopping production in their factories, providing an immeasurable morale boost for those back home. Here, two of the modified bombers pass windmills on the Dutch canals as they make their way to the first target, their almighty roar shattering the stillness and disturbing some of the local wildlife. As they approach Germany in the moonlight, the bombers are well on the way to make history. <b><p>Signed by Squadron Leader George L. Johnson DFM. <p>George Johnson signature edition of 400 prints from the signed limited edition of 1050 prints. <p> Image size 17 inches x 12 inches (43cm x 31cm)

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Dambusters Aviation Prints by Anthony Saunders and David Pentland.

PCK2346. Dambusters Aviation Prints by Anthony Saunders and David Pentland.

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DHM6001. Low Pass Over the Möhne Dam by Anthony Saunders.

Operation Chastise, the plan to destroy the mighty Ruhr dams, was bold, audacious and dangerous. It was also set to become one of the most legendary combat missions ever undertaken in the history of aviation warfare. In late February 1943 a unique decision was taken by the RAF to form the now legendary 617 Squadron, a highly specialised unit within Bomber Command. Its task was to be the destruction of the huge Möhne, Sorpe and Eder dams, which provided vital services to German industry. Tasked with providing the crews for this new squadron was the young, outstanding, bomber and night-fighter pilot Wing Commander Guy Gibson, already a veteran of 174 bomber operations. On 21st March 1943 the unit was formed at RAF Scampton under his command, and the chosen men had just eight weeks to prepare for the task in hand.

Signed by :
Squadron Leader George L. Johnson DFM,
Corporal Maureen Stevens
and
Corporal Kenneth Lucas (deceased).

Signed limited edition of 425 prints.

Paper size 32 inches x 24 inches (81cm x 61cm) Image size 25.5 inches x 16.5 inches (65cm x 44cm)


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DHM1701C. Well on the Way to Make History - the Dambusters by David Pentland.

The most famous raid of the second world war, the audacious Dambusters raid by Lancasters of No.617 Sqn was to wreak havoc in Germanys industrial heartland. Two dams will be destroyed on the raid - the Mohne and the Eder, flooding the valleys below and stopping production in their factories, providing an immeasurable morale boost for those back home. Here, two of the modified bombers pass windmills on the Dutch canals as they make their way to the first target, their almighty roar shattering the stillness and disturbing some of the local wildlife. As they approach Germany in the moonlight, the bombers are well on the way to make history.

Signed by Squadron Leader George L. Johnson DFM.

George Johnson signature edition of 400 prints from the signed limited edition of 1050 prints.

Image size 17 inches x 12 inches (43cm x 31cm)


Website Price: 160.00  

To purchase these prints individually at their normal retail price would cost 285.00 . By buying them together in this special pack, you save 125




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