LOW PASS FOR THE HOMEFOLK
Against a majestic backdrop of the Alps, a pair of Me109s make a low pass over a farm in southern Germany, captivating the on-lookers below them.
Whilst on a trip to Garmisch, Germany, artist Bill Phillips and his wife discovered a war memorial on a hillside, surrounded by framed photographs of local young men who had been killed in WWII.
Bill's imagination started to run wild and develop a story of one young man who joined the Luftwaffe and learned to fly fighters. One day, early in the war, the boy and a friend buzzed the home valley in their Bf109’s before they headed off to battle.
Released in 1991 and selling out almost immediately, this iconic print is considered a 'must' for Luftwaffe collectors!
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