The fourth part of the Band of Brothers series pays tribute to Royal Air Force and Royal Navy fighter pilots of WWII.
A panoramic scene from the Battle of Britain era shows Mk I Spitfires of 234 Squadron, 10 Group's top scoring squadron, returning to
St. Eval after intercepting heavy raids on south coast ports during the heaviest fighting, in September 1940.
St. Michael's Mount, the castle built on the site of a 14th Century monastery to defend Britain's shores from earlier enemies, provides a symbolic backdrop as once again a band of brothers is called upon to defend their Sceptred Isle.
Overall size: 23½" x 31½"
Available in the following editions
Battle of Britain edition
Signed by three Battle of Britain Aces
Fighter Pilots edition
Signed by seven RAF fighter pilots, plus companion print with two RN pilot signatures.
Preparing For Action
A Hurricane IIb of 877 Sqn, Fleet Air Arm, based at Port Reitz, East Africa,
prepares for another anti-submarine patrol over the Indian Ocean during the
summer of 1943.
Overall size: 18" x 13½" (issued with Fighter pilots edition only)