Anzio 1944 (Italy)
On 1 February 1944, with the new Allied beachhead in peril, General Mark Clark deployed
the First Special Service Force (FSSF) to the Anzio salient. The approximate 1,200 Forcemen were given eleven kilometres of frontage along the Mussolini Canal to defend, which represented a quarter of the total Allied beachhead. But first, they had to clear and then dominate the "no-man's land" that lay between them and the German positions. For the next 99 days, the FSSF would aggressively control no-man's land and constantly harass the German positions earning them the title "Black Devils."
Artwork was created in 2018.
The Black Devils
Print size 12"x16" is a limited edition of 500 and is printed on watercolour paper using archival inks.
Print size 15"x20" is limited edition of 250 and is printed on fine art paper using archival inks.These prints and the accompanied certificate of authenticity are signed by the artist.
Included is a 5"x7" postcard (may not be of the same image). Prints are shipped flat.."