Purchase both "Battle of the Brenner" and "Roam at Will" by Anthony Saunders as a pair and receive a special discount!
Prints are signed by the artist and numbered
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25 Remarque Editions....$450**
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Overall Size: 26 1/2" x 19 5/8"
Image Size: 21 3/8" x 14 1/8"
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The last remaining units of the fascist Italian Air Force attempt to engage B25s from the 340th Bomb Group who have successfully destroyed a vital enemy rail bridge in the strategic Brenner Pass, northern Italy, 10 April 1945. The enemy Me109s are completely routed by escorting P51 Mustangs of the 325th Fighter Group who are quickly on the scene.
This is available as a portfolio pair with Roam at Will by Anthony Saunders
The edition is signed by the artist and hand numbered and each print is individually hand signed and authenticated by one of the foremost Aces in the 325th Fighter Group.
Second Lieutenant GENE KOSCINSKI
Gene Koscinski - Joining up in 1943, Gene Koscinski graduated as a bomber pilot and soon found himself in the thick of the action with the 780th BS, 465th Bomb Group based at Pantanella in southern Italy, flying his first combat mission in November 1944. Tasked with the destruction of enemy facilities throughout Italy, southern Europe and the Balkans, the 465th were crossing the treacherous Alps on a daily basis. And flying heavily laden bombers over mountains in winter, often under fire, was a tough call. During his tour Gene survived two crashes and lived to tell the tale. Transferring to the USAF, he retired from the service in 1956.