It is the late summer of 1940, and the Battle of Britain is at it’s height. Racing for the coast, following a bombing mission over southern England, a straggling He111 of KG55 has been attacked by a Spitfire of RAF Fighter Command. The bomber is badly damaged, but in the nick of time a pair of Me109s of JG26 have come to the rescue, sending the Spitfire diving into the Channel. If they are lucky the Heinkel crew may still make it back to their base in France.
Each print has been signed by the artist as well as two Luftwaffe Fighter Aces and three He111 pilots
Oberstleutnant HUGO DAHMER – Knights Cross / 45 victories
Oberstleutnant OTTO SCHULTZ – Knights Cross / 73 victories
Obertst HANS-JOACHIM “HAJO” HERMANN – Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords
Oberleutnant HEINRICH SÜDEL – Knights Cross
Oberfeldwebel HANS KIRN Knights Cross