"GOD SHED HIS GRACE ON THEE"

BY JOHN SHAW

Autographed by 25 highly decorated veterans and 2 Generals.

L/E of 650. Signed and numbered by the artist.

Size: 25"x 31"

Price:
Regular Ed. - $225
General's Ed. - $249


The War is Over! As headlines from sea to shining sea proclaimed this fantastic news, the hearts of Americans everywhere rejoiced. God had indeed shed His grace on this nation. Tyranny had been overcome, but not without great cost. As many war-weary troops returned home into New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty herself seemed to cry "well done!" along with the crowds who gathered to welcome them. A Navy F6F Hellcat, Army P-38 Lightning and Marine F4U Corsair roar proudly overhead. In conjunction with the U.S. Legion of Valor, artist John D. Shaw pays tribute to those who served our country in the armed services during World War II.

This Limited Edition Lithograph is personally signed by at least twenty-five highly-decorated World War II veterans from the Army, USAAF Navy and Marines. A profile of each of these distinguished signers is included, along with a certificate of authenticity. The print measures 25"x31" and bears the official Army, Air Corps, Navy and Marines service emblems. A Special General's Edition is available as well, bearing the two additional signatures of active Generals Barry R. McCaffrey and James E. Livingston. Quantities are extremely limited on this collectible and patriotically inspiring piece which may be enjoyed for many years to come! Please see other side for ordering information.


SIGNATURES

Generals' Edition #1-400 (25 signatures + 2 Generals' signatures) $249
Regular Edition #401-650 (25 signatures) $225

The following is a summary of the distinguished signers of this Limited Edition Print. Each print bears a combination of at least 25 of the following individuals' signatures. Each print will be accompanied by a booklet detailing the service of these highly-decorated men who served our country in World War II and a certificate of authenticity.

Eric C. Anderson
Infantry Company G. 143rd Infantry Regiment, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Abe J. Baum
Major (then Captain), Infantry, 4th Armored Division, U.S Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Lloyd V. Camp
Private First Class, 526th Armored Infantry Division, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Jack C. Cochran
Lieutenant Junior Grade, U. S. Naval Reserve
Navy Cross Recipient

Albert P. Deshayes
Corporal, 51 7th Parachute Combat Team, U.S Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Glenn J. Doman
Colonel (then 2nd Lieutenant) Infantry Company, 346th Infantry,
87th Infantry Div. U.S Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

James D. Doughtie
2nd Lieutenant, 114th Combat Engineer Battalion, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Gervase A. Eckenrod
First Lieutenant, 26th Infantry, U. S Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

James S. Garberg
First Lieutenant, 32nd Infantry, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Sid Goldstein
Major (then 2nd Lieutenant) Infantry, U.S Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

John K. Harbert
First Lieutenant, 32nd Division, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Ronald D. Hubbard
Major (then Captain), 3rd Bombardment Group, U. S. Army Air Corps.
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Charles S. Hudson
Lieutenant Colonel (then 2nd Lieutenant), B-17 Bombardier
8th Air Force, U.S Army Air Corps
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Raymond C. Hunt Jr.
Captain, U.S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Vernon C. Jordan
Captain, Infantry Reserve (theft 1st Lieutenant), Company L, 359th
Infantry, 90th Div. U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Raymond M. Kirkland
StaffSergeant, Company FJ 320th Infantry Division, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Chester Martin Locke
Lieutenant, U. S. Naval Reserve
Navy Cross Recipient

Eleuterio Joe Marques
Pharmacist's Mate 3rd Class, U. S. Naval Reserve
Navy Cross Recipient

Paul P. Martinek
Turret Captain First Class, U. S. Navy
Navy Cross Recipient

Patrick H. McGann
Lietenant, U. S. Navy
Navy Cross Recipient

Lewis L. Millett
Captain, 27th Infantry Regiment, U.S Army
Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient

Charles J. Monges
Sergeant, U.S Marine Corps
Navy Cross Recipient

James B. Morehead
First Lieutenant (then 2nd Lieutenant), U. S. Army Air Corps.
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Floyd M. Paxton
Major (then Captain), Infantry, U.S Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Robert W. Smith
Captain, 80th Infantry Division, U. S. Army
Distinguished Service Cross Recipient

Charles R. Stephan
Commander, U. S. Navy
Navy Cross Recipient

Earl L. Stout Jr.
Pharmacist's Mate 3rd Class, U.S Navy
Navy Cross Recipient

Albert T. Walraven Jr.
Lieutenant, Jr. Grade, U. S. Naval Reserve
Navy Cross Recipient

GENERAL'S EDITION

General Barry R. McCaffrey (First Lieutenant at the time of decoration) 2nd Airborne Task Force, Airborne Division Advisory Detachment, United States Army Distinguished Service Cross Recipient.

General James E. Livingston (Captain at the time of decoration) Company E, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, 9th Marine Amphibious Brigade, U. S. Marine Corps. Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.