The Dangerous Road to Bastogne by Nicolas Trudgian

THE DANGEROUS ROAD TO BASTOGNE
By
Nicolas Trudgian

On a lonely road, deep among the snowy hills of the Ardennes, American troops gaze in
awe at a German ‘King Tiger’ tank. Despite its apparently vast superiority over Allied
armour, the mighty tank has been abandoned simply through lack of fuel in the latter
stages of the Battle of the Bulge, January 1945.

The print is signed by:
Art Staymates – Served in the 26th Infantry division and was in the first wave to land on the D-Day invasion, wounded
twice and received a Battlefield commission he fought from the D-Day Beaches all the way up into Germany, his final posting
of the war was guarding the top twelve criminals at the Nuremberg trials

Limited edition of 25 worldwide

£40 + postage and packing

THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE SET OF THREE PRINTS - 
Set of the three limited edition prints of only 75 worldwide,
 all matching numbers
comprising of 
Churchill’s Advance, The Dangerous Road to Bastogne, Stapme’s Final Attack

£110 each set

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