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This painting was published as a print in 1994 as a special Tribute Edition to the fighter pilot whose record in aerial combat is never likely to be equalled.
Top-scoring Luftwaffe ace Erich Hartmann is depicted in his Me109G-4 in the spring of 1943 during the Kuban battle in Southern Russia - the Army Group commanded by Field Marshal Kleist - after Russian Sturmoviks have made a determined attack on a Panzer division.
Luftwaffe Bf109s from JG-52 have beaten off...
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2020-12-01T14:41:18+08:00
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Zero Encounter by Robert Taylor
When the first US aircraft landed at the captured airstrip on the island of Guadalcanal on 12 August 1942, there was still heavy ground fighting within 3,000 yards of the airfield. A few days later it was named Henderson Field, after Major Lofton R. Henderson who led the Marine dive-bombers at Midway. The name of this small airfield is synonymous with the war in the South Pacific and it became home to some of the greatest Marine pilots who took part in the air f...
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2019-11-03T13:25:32+08:00 路 Edited
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This Sceptred Isle by Robert Taylor
Spitfires from RAF 74 Squadron cross the English coast at Beachy Head after intercepting a formation of Luftwaffe raiders during the Battle of Britain, August 1940.

To cross the Channel and breach British defences, the Luftwaffe had to gain control of the skies, and by July 1940 the most famous air battle in history was underway. Impossibly outnumbered, the courageous young men from Fighter Command 鈥 Churchill鈥檚 鈥楩ew鈥 鈥 battled to defend their Sceptred Isle, ...
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2019-10-06T15:02:43+08:00
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Welcome to the eHangar fan group of Robert Taylor's aviation art!