|Size 22 x 31|
|Military Aviation Art
June 3rd., 1942. Flight Lieutenant F. Perina of 312 Squadron (Czechoslovak) R.A.F., adds two victories to his score of Focke Wulf 190's over Cherbourg, France. This large aerial batte occurred as the Czech Spitfires were escorting Boston Bombers on a raid to attack the docks. Suddenly, 25 Luftwaffe fighters appeared out of the sun!
These are Czech airmen who escaped to England when the Germans invaded their country. Many of them fought in the Battle of France and the Battle of Britain. Some of the German signatures are also Battle of Britain veterans! Some of these Czech and German signatures are aces. These prints were signed last week with the artist in Prague, Czech Republic, and Kovarska Aviation Museum, Czech Republic.