D Day 1944. RAF Albemarle aircraft towing Horsa gliders carrying paratroops to secure strategic bridgeheads in preparation for the Normandy landings WW2. The aircraft are coming under heavy antiaircraft fire from the German coastal defenses

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Comment by Dorothy Macready on September 13, 2019 at 2:31pm

Wonderful atmospheric painting.  My late husband was a member of 2 Para for many years in the 60's and he would have loved this.  It was also on his " to do" list to visit this bridge but sadly it was not to be.

Comment by Paul Dodd on September 15, 2019 at 10:40pm

Very nice work. at one time the graves of those that fell in their Contries service were held in the highest respect,   now not so much. The war cemetery that holds my uncles grave was vandalised with most of the graves spray painted with various slogans and symbols

Comment by Dorothy Macready on September 16, 2019 at 9:06pm

Even some living veterans are living in shop doorways - hellish state of affairs whatever has brought them down so much.

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