Hawker Typhoons of 609 Squadron, 2nd TAF at a temporary airfield in Northern Europe, December 1944.
From D-Day onwards, as the Allies marched relentlessly eastwards, the squadrons of the 2nd TAF moved with them, hopping from one temporary airfield to the next, always as close to the front line as possible. The robust Typhoons and Tempests of the RAF were ideally suited to the hazardous ground attack role that was so vital in paving the way for troop and armour advances. The winter of 1944-45 was severe and tested aircraft and ground crew to their limits.
Double mounted print which is signed and numbered by the artist and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Stephen Brown Aviation Art
19 x 10 inches overall mounted, image 13 x 4 inches.
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