Doolittle's Avenging Strike by Robert Bailey

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On April 18, 1942, General James H. Doolittle led a strike against the Japanese homeland from the US carrier HORNET. They bombed military targets and then dispersed to China and Russia. This momentous event served to avenge Pearl Harbor and shock the Japanese. These courageous flyers will be forever recorded in the annals of history.

Because of the extremely small number of prints in this release and the high demand for original Doolittle Raiders signatures, these prints won't be on sale for very long. Please place your orders as soon as possible in order to avoid disappointment.

Note: Signatures and print title are on separate strip, to be matted in with print.

2nd Lt. Richard E. Cole of Crew #1 (co-pilot to General Doolittle)

Capt David M. Jones of Crew #5. Bailed out over China and escaped.

2nd Lt. Richard A. Knobloch of Crew #13

2nd Lt. James Herbert Macia Jr of Crew #14

Sgt Joseph W. Manske of Crew #5 (co-pilot to Capt Jones). Bailed out over China and escaped.

2nd Lt. Harry C. McCool of Crew #4

2nd Lt. Charles John Ozuk of Crew #3

2nd Lt. Henry A. Potter of Crew #1. He was Doolittle's navigator.

Image size: 27" wide x 15" high.