Spitfire Mk Vb "Général de Gaulle", Cne Emile Fayolle, No 340 (Free French) Squadron, Royal Air Force, July 1942

Emile Fayolle DFC (1916-1942) fled to England in 1940 and served with No 340 (Free French) Squadron before taking command of No 174 Squadron. He was killed on August 18, 1942 while flying cover for the the Dieppe landing.

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  • A3 (16.53" x 11.69")
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Text:

Cne Emile Fayolle

Spitfire Mk Vb
No 340 Squadron (Free French)“Ile de France”
RAF Hornchurch
Juillet 1942

Artist: Gaëtan Marie

About the prints
Printed on high-quality archival matte paper.
Print modifications (text or logo replacement, translation, layout modifications) are available upon request.
To commission a custom-made profile of this aircraft type, please contact us.
Panoramic format (approx. 13 x 35 inches) available upon request. The proportions of the panoramic prints being different, the layout of the print will vary slightly. For any order of a panoramic print, a preview of the proposed layout will be sent for validation or correction.

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