Equipped with new Fw190s, the notorious fighter interceptors of JG-2 achieved startling success against the still inexperienced USAAF B-17 crews that regularly visited occupied ports on the west coast of France in 1943. The Fw190 quickly established a fearsome reputation and became the mainstay of the German defence.
Robert Taylor's spectacular painting highlights the elegant lethality that exuded from the Fw190, as a group of A-3 and A-4s climb out over Theville to intercept an in-coming armada of B-17 Fortresses enroute to bomb the submarine pens at Lorient.
Each print is individually signed by four distinguished Focke-Wulf 190 Aces, having between them almost 2500 combat missions and no fewer than 393 aerial victories.
- Major Heinz Lange KC
- Major Fritz Losigkeit KC
- Hauptmann Günther Schack KC with Oak Leaves
- Leutnant Hugo Broch KC
- 33 x 25 inches
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