Forgotten release

20 May 1944.
The Normandy landings approaching. The bombings s & rsquo; intensifies, with the aim to slow down and disrupt German movements. The railways are a prime target…
One hundred British bombers aimed Mans rail yards, thirty minutes after this hell l & rsquo; is achieved. Three English aircraft destroyed and a dozen victims among civilians Le Mans.
The same side of the towers, but here c & rsquo; is the Americans who are s & rsquo; care of this important railway junction. L & rsquo; s goal is completely missed, so that the bombs fall on d & rsquo neighborhoods, homes…143 dead.
C & rsquo; is that too war…Many sacrifices unknown to the general freedom.

 

Le partage c'est la liberté

general Patton

"Never a guy has won a war by dying for his country. We win by arranging for it to be the type of side who dies for his country. »
General George Patton

Le partage c'est la liberté

The Liberators

Lithography “The Liberators”, with original signatures of four veterans of the famous Easy Compagny, of 506 Regiment 101 nd Airborne Division, made famous by the series “Band of Brothers”.
It is a single copy, because each lithograph is signed by veterans of this 506 regiment.

Veterans whose signature is present on lithography

Lynn Compton dit Buck Compton
Lynn Compton dit Buck Compton
Donald Malarkey
Donald Malarkey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Darrell Powers dit Shifty Powers
Darrell Powers dit Shifty Powers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Earl ‘One Lung’ McClung
Le partage c'est la liberté