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A Promise Kept

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  • A Promise Kept A/P by Tom Freeman - C-47 Dakota C-54 Skymaster - Berlin Air Lift  Aviation Art

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Tom Freeman passed away, unexpectedly, on June 16, 2015. A brilliant artist, he will be missed by so many around the world. Tom's daughters are going to continue on with the business, and will be just numbering the prints in order to continue Tom's legacy and to keep the integrity of all his Giclee editions intact.

S/N by the Artist (These few prints do have Tom Freeman's Signature on them)
Artist Proof L/E 30 (VERY RARE... There will only be about 10 of these available for sale)
Image size: 25.75" x 17.75"
Print size 30.5" x 23.25"

Plane Type: C-47 Dakota & C-54 Skymaster

After World War II, the Allies partitioned the defeated Germany into a Soviet-occupied zone, an American-occupied zone, a British-occupied zone and a French-occupied zone. Berlin, the German capital city, was located deep in the Soviet zone, but it was also divided into four sections. In June 1948, the Russians–who wanted Berlin all for themselves–closed all highways, railroads and canals from western-occupied Germany into western-occupied Berlin. This, they believed, would make it impossible for the people who lived there to get food or any other supplies and would eventually drive Britain, France and the U.S. out of the city for good. Instead of retreating from West Berlin, however, the U.S. and its allies decided to supply their sectors of the city from the air. This effort, known as the “Berlin Airlift,” lasted for more than a year and carried more than 2.3 million tons of cargo into West Berlin.

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