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Germanys Newest Weapon. By Fortunio Matania



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Germanys Newest Weapon. By Fortunio Matania

An illustration by Fortunio Matania of Germanys parachute troops

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Fortunio Germanys Matania Newest Parachute Weapon


Cushion

Refresh your home decor with a beautiful full photo 16"x16" (40x40cm) cushion, complete with cushion pad insert. Printed on both sides and made from 100% polyester with a zipper on the bottom back edge of the cushion cover. Care Instructions: Warm machine wash, do not bleach, do not tumble dry. Warm iron inside out. Do not dry clean.

Accessorise your space with decorative, soft cushions

Estimated Product Size is 40cm x 40cm (15.7" x 15.7")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This illustration by Fortunio Matania depicts Germany's newest weapon - their parachute troops. The detailed and historical artwork showcases the import of these specialized soldiers in military history. With precision and skill, Matania brings to life the image of German paratroopers descending from the sky, ready for battle. The dramatic scene captures the intensity and bravery of these troops as they prepare to land on enemy territory. The intricate details in the illustration highlight the advanced training and technology that went into developing this innovative military tactic. As we gaze upon this print, we are transported back in time to a pivotal moment in history when Germany was at the forefront of military innovation. The image serves as a reminder of the ever-evolving nature of warfare and how nations constantly strive to stay ahead with cutting-edge weapons and strategies. Fortunio Matania's talent shines through in this powerful depiction, showcasing his ability to capture both action and emotion in his illustrations. This print is not just a piece of art but a window into a significant chapter in world history that continues to fascinate us today.

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