BROKEN SILENCE By Robert Taylor
The peace and tranquillity of the Norfolk Broads is shattered by the roar of Merlin engines as two pairs of de Havilland Mosquito BIV aircraft of 105 Squadron head out towards occupied Europe for a low-level strike on targets in Holland. The Mosquito was one of the most versatile RAF aircraft of the war and served in many variants. The key to it's success was it's sheer speed - even Bomber variants were more than capable of being as fast - or faster - then most enemy fighters.
The 'Mossie' became a legend during WW2, being involved in many famous and daring raids. Indeed it was the Mosquito BIV's of 105 Squadron that attacked the Gestapo Headquarters in Oslo in Septembver 1942 bombing the target from rooftop height!
One of Robert's most sought-after releases, 'Broken Silence' was published in 1988 and is now extremely difficult to acquire on the Secondary Market.
It has been signed by Artist Robert Taylor and THREE of the greatest exponents of de Havilland's 'Wooden Wonder' :-
Group Captain John 'Cats-Eyes' CUNNINGHAM
Group Captain Leonard CHESHIRE VC
Air Marshal Sir Ivor BROOM
The Print Measures 33x24 Inches and is in superb, unframed, Condition and comes with it's CoA.
A rare opportunity to acquire a fabulous copy of this release!