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DAMBUSTERS – ‘GONER 58A’

Robert Taylor’s skill and artistry reflects his intimate and authentic knowledge of the events that took place on that epic, moonlit night in May 1943. Over the past four decades he has enjoyed the company of almost every man to survive Operation Chastise, has listened to their stories first-hand, and counted many of them as friends. The knowledge acquired, and the friendships gained have, without doubt, given Robert an unparalleled insight into the legendary Dambusters.

NO MANS LAND - A BOOK & PRINT PORTFOLIO

To honour all those who fought with the Tank and Armoured Vehicle Corps during The Great War, each copy of No Man’s Land is conservation matted to include an ORIGINAL pair of WWI Campaign Medals – The WWI British War Medal and Victory Medal – which have been sourced and collected over a number of years. Each pair of medals was actually issued to a member of the BRITISH TANK CORPS and have the recipients Service, Rank, Name and Number impressed on them.
 

 

ALMOST HOME

COMMEMORATING THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RAF

A lone 9 Squadron Lancaster, separated from the main force during a punishing mission to Germany in late 1944, returns to safety. The weary crew are no doubt relieved to see familiar fields beneath them as they approach their base at RAF Bardney.

The Military Gallery is proud that every print has been signed by highly respected veterans who flew with Bomber Command during WWII.

CRACK ACE

The legendary fighter Ace Helmut Wick,shortly after his appointment as Geschwaderkommodore of JG2 ‘Richthofen’, describes the outcome of a recent duel with a Spitfire to his fellow officers.
 

 

CRACK ACE - THE MATTED COLLECTOR'S EDITION


 

 

COMBAT OVER THE REICH – GICLÉE STUDIO PROOF


HEADLONG INTO THE CLASH

Luftwaffe fighters of JG300 and JG301 charge into a close formation of B-17s from the 390th Bomb Group heading for Magdeburg in northern Germany, during the huge allied offensive, 14 January 1945. Flt Lt Joe Peterburs along with other P-51s from the 20th Fighter Group, dives in to engage the enemy as the Bf109G of Lt Bruno Klostermann screams past in an attempt to penetrate the bomber formation.

During the many aerial encounters that day, the Luftwaffe sent up a force of some 200 fighters but after a crushing defeat, suffered such heavy losses that they would never challenge the Eighth Air Force in strength again.

This breath-taking edition, signed by iconic Luftwaffe and US Fighter Pilots, will undoubtedly rank as one of the pinnacles in Robert Taylor's long and distinguished career.
 

 

DEVOTION TO DUTY

A Lancaster from 61 Sqn, heavily damaged by German night-fighter attacks, heads to Dusseldorf during a bombing mission on the night of 3 November 1943. Although badly wounded, pilot Bill Reid and his crew pressed on to bomb their target before returning home. For his courage and devotion to duty Reid was awarded the Victoria Cross.

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