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Aviation Art Gallery

"Whirlwind in Normandy (Typhoon)"

Animation

 

Description: The short animation above bringing the painting "Whirlwind in Normandy" to life was created using Flash software.

Medium: Animation using Flash software.

Historical note:

THE SWORD POINT OF CANADA'S AIRPOWER
During WW II Canada played a vital role in the success of the Allied efforts in overthrowing the Third Reich. This was illustrated during the Normandy campaign by the devastating effect of Allied ground attack aircraft upon the German panzer divisions that threatened to push through the fragile Allied lines to the invasion beaches. The German tanks and supply columns were ravaged by airpower with the Typhoon earning the special respect of its enemies because of the hitting power of Typhoon squadrons.

For information on 439 Sqn RCAF in D-Day please visit:
439 Sqn

For more about Canadians in the D-Day invasion go to:
Juno Beach Centre

For information on the Hawker Typhoon go to"plane facts/UK Warbirds" at: C.C Aviation collection

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