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In the months that followed Dunkirk, the Royal Air Force alone stood against the might of the Luftwaffe. While America anxiously watched events, some 240 pilots made their way to England to join the R.A.F. in their Herculean struggle against the overwhelming odds. Volunteers to the man and motivated by the urge to fight for the cause of freedom, this happy band of warriors set standards of courage, skill and fortitude that today are legendary. They were the American Eagles.
To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the formation of the Eagle Squadrons, Robert Taylor has painted a magnificent aviation picture. Featured are the Mk Vb Spitfires of No. 71 Eagle Squadron as they race low across the French countryside after a combat with Luftwaffe fighters over Northern France in 1941.
Joining Robert Taylor in individually signing each print are Don Blakeslee, Carroll McColpin, Oscar Cohen, Jim Goodson, and Reade Tilley.
Overall Print Size is: 33" wide x 25" high.