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Maximum Effort Print by Philip E. West.
These smaller sized limited edition prints make great value gifts and are ideal if wall space is limited. All the scenes depicted, faithfully reflect very real situations experienced throughout World War 2 and beyond.
This print is dispatched direct from the manufacturer, please see below for more information.
West Based at Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire from June 1943, 101 Squadron was selected to test new equipment designed to jam the VHF frequencies used by German fighter controllers. A system, code-named "Airborne Cigar" or ABC for short, was operated by an eighth crew member - the Special Operator on board the Lancaster bomber who could understand German and listen into the German controller's transmissions, jamming them before they alerted their night fighters to the position of the bombers. Signed by a 101 Sqn. Special Duties Lancaster pilot.
These smaller sized limited edition prints make great value gifts and are ideal if wall space is limited. All the scenes depicted, faithfully reflect very real situations experienced throughout World War 2 and beyond. Every print has been signed in pencil by the artist and one or more pilots who flew the aircraft concerned. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and biographical details on each signatory.
Overall size of prints approx. 12½” x 19½” / 32 x 49cms.
|Can be wrapped?||No|
|Postage Information||Please allow up to 14 days for delivery. The following delivery charges apply: UK £15 / EU £20 / Outside EU £27.50|