VALOUR IN THE PACIFIC
by Robert Taylor
In the summer of 1942, as the
mighty B-29 Superfortresses of the USAAF hammered the Imperial Japanese
war machine, Japanese industry was forced to seek refuge in the hills
and caves, while the relentless destruction continued. Devastation mounted
with each raid. With dispersal ineffective, its factories and cities gutted,
there was no way out. The future held only ruin, and inevitable surrender.
Signed in pencil by the artist Robert Taylor and four highly distinguished B-29 pilots who flew on the legendary Tokyo raids: Colonel Ray Brashear, Brigadier General Henry Huglin, Lieutenant Chester Marshall, Colonel Bob Morgan.
Overall print size: 34 inches wide x 25 inches high
A companion print is supplied with matching numbers to Valour in the Pacific. ‘ Fortress under Attack’ (18 inches x 13½ inches) is signed by Medal of Honour winners, Master Sergeant Red Erwin and Lt. Colonel Jay Zeamer.
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