Battle of ‘s-Hertongenbosch, Limited Edition Print


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by artist, Stuart Brown

The Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum is delighted to be able to offer a limited edition print of a newly commissioned painting of the Battle of ’s-Hertogenbosch. Painted, by the renowned military artist Stuart Brown the picture captures the key action of the battle.

In October 1944 the 53rd (Welsh) Division launched its largest assault to date of the North West Europe Campaign. Operation Alan liberated the Dutch city of ’s-Hertogenbosch from German occupation. The pivotal moment in the battle came when Major John Dugdale led the men of A Company, 7th Battalion, The Royal Welch Fusiliers in a spectacular dash to seize the one remaining crossing of the Zuid-Willems canal. The seizing of these lock gates opened the way for the capture of the city centre and unhinging the Germans defence of the whole city.

This is a limited edition print measuring 49 x 66 cm and comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity. This artwork comes unframed.

This item was made in the UK.

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Weight 180 g


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The Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum

The Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum is an independent, registered charity, inside Caernarfon Castle. We rely on grant, donations, and visitor support to carry out our mission to preserve, promote, and educate on the history of the Regiment and remember those who served our country. Proceeds from shopping on our site, booking tours, and purchasing tickets to events go towards care for over 20,000 objects in the collection, providing educational opportunities for schools, groups and international audiences, maintaining the museum, and outreach programs to the community.

The mission of the Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum is to:

To maintain a leading international Regimental Museum which portrays the story of over 300 years of service by members of the Royal Welch Fusiliers through exhibitions, education, research, and programs.

To assist in keeping the modern Army and the successor Regiment relevant and to increase public awareness of them.

To collect objects and documents relating to the history of the Regiment.

To conserve and document all archives and documents we collect.

To make the archives and reserve collection accessible to researchers and for educational purposes.

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