Open Assault By Robert Taylor – Framed


Hurricanes of 501 Sqn tangle with Ju87 Stuka dive-bombers and Me109s during an enemy attack on Dover Harbor during the Battle of Britain. High explosive bombs detonate within the sheltered anchorage as escorting Bf109s from JG51 race in to protect their lumbering charges. 
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Framed Collectors Piece $995.00 Generals Edition Framed with eight signatures
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It is 29th July 1940. The Battle of Britain is approaching its height yet the exhausted RAF pilots are able to beat off the attack, dispatching four Stukas and two Me109s, for the loss of just one of their own.

The Junkers Ju87 Sturzkampfbomber, known to the British simply as the Stuka, had already acquired a deadly reputation across Europe, its siren screaming as the ungainly dive-bomber struck terror into the hearts of those below. In 1940 its pilots crossed the Channel with their grim-looking aircraft to terrorize the southern towns and ports of England.

The prints are personally signed by Luftwaffe and RAF veterans of the Battle of Britain, making it a very collectible edition.


This copy of the Generals Edition is signed by a highly regarded Luftwaffe Stuka pilot along with Pilots who flew in combat with the Luftwaffe and RAF during the Battle of Britain:

Squadron Leader DOUG NICHOLLS
Major ERICH RUDORFFER Knights Cross with Oak Leaves & Swords
Oberleutnant GÜNTHER SEEGER Knights Cross
Generalleutnant GÜNTHER RALL Knights Cross with Oak Leaves & Swords
General JOHANNES “MACKY” STEINHOFF Knights Cross with Oak Leaves & Swords

This copy has been custom framed to conservation standards in our studios to include reproduction Luftwaffe and RAF Wings, creating a stunning collectors piece.

Additional information




Overall Print Size

33 x 25 ¼ inches

Overall Size Framed

39 x 32 ½ inches

Release Date

November 2008


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