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Destiny Dawns

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Limited Edition of 100...$105.00
Matted Size: 29 ½” wide x 9” high
Image Size: 25” wide x 3” high
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Collector's Edition of 25...$275.00

Each print in this restricted edition is mounted to full conservation standards to include the original autographs of two highly-regarded veterans who jumped with the 101st Airborne on D-Day:

101st Airborne 506th PIR Co. ‘E’

Private First Class PAUL C. ‘HAYSEED’ ROGERS
101st Airborne 506th PIR Co. ‘E’


Commemorating the men of the U.S. 101st Airborne Division

On 5 June 1944, at airfields across the breadth of southern England, elite paratroopers from three Allied Airborne Divisions prepared to spearhead the long- awaited invasion of northern France. Their task ahead sounded simple – to secure the flanks in preparation for the greatest amphibious invasion known to man – but to carry it out would require determination and bravery of epic proportions.

In his stunning drawing Destiny Dawns Richard Taylor brings to life events at one of those airfields in the dwindling hours leading up to their departure for destiny. The scene is set at RAF Upottery in Devon as men of the U.S. 101st Airborne Division’s famous 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment begin to assemble alongside the C- 47s of the 439th Troop Carrier Group that will carry them to Normandy as part of Operation Albany – the seizure of the causeways leading to Utah beach before securing the area closest to Omaha beach.



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