Victory in Europe

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Victory in Europe

7,900.00

Victory in Europe is based on the memoir, Company Commander, by Charles B. MacDonald and depicts the final days of World War 2 as the 23rd Infantry Regiment advances into Germany during the death throes of the Third Reich.

Macdonald describes it thus: “Our preparatory barrage against Ellershausen would begin at 3:15 and last for fifteen minutes. At the end of that time F Company and a platoon of tanks would advance under overhead machine-gun fire against the objective to the south and hit the town broadside. G Company would attack astride the highway toward the east, also with a platoon of tanks and overhead machine-gun fire. After clearing the town, we should be prepared to continue the advance. Regiment had assigned another objective. I cursed Regiment. They were always assigning “one more objective.”

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Victory in Europe is oil on paper, mounted on archival board.

The painting is 25.5 x 32.5 inches; framed to 30 x 37 inches

Price includes frame and shipping (continental US).

The framed artwork will be securely packaged and shipped by UPS. You may also pick up the artwork in my studio in southwest Virginia.

If you would like to view the original artwork, please email me for an appointment. I'd be happy to show it to you.