DESTINATION BERLIN - Framed Collector's Piece
by James Dietz
This print has the approval of the 100th Bomb Group Foundation, 100thbg.com
Internationally respected for his unique authenticity and ability to emphasize the interaction between man and machine, Jim Dietz depicts a scene as ‘Our Gal Sal’, a B-17G of the 351st Bomb Squadron is taxiing to the main runway on March 6, 1944. Their destination: Big B, Berlin!
The acute attention to detail, including such elements as the white bicycle belonging to Staff Sergeant Joe Urice, would not have been possible without the direct input of leading historians and members of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the 100th Bomb Group Foundation, 100thbg.com. By officially endorsing the edition it creates a remarkable and lasting collector’s piece to be cherished for future generations.
Framed to include ORIGINAL autographs of 100th BG veterans!
This special copy has been personally signed by artist James Dietz and framed to full conservation standards to include museum-quality reproduction USAAF Wings and a Eighth Air Force Patch, plus the autographs of FOUR pilots and aircrew who flew with the 100th Bomb Group in Europe during World War II:
- Lieutenant Colonel Henry 'Hank' Cervantes
- Captain Harry M. Hempy
- Staff Sergeant Joseph 'Joe' Keenan
- Technical Sergeant James Mack
- Framed Prints
- 33.5 x 21 inches
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