Reuniting the last British Dambuster with his 132 squadron members
The last surviving British Dambuster, Squadron Leader George 'Johnny' Johnson MBE, DFM, now aged 96 was reunited with his 132 squadron members in an exhibition of 133 portraits by Dan.
The night of 16th/17th May 2018 marks the 75th anniversary of the famous 'Dambuster' raid over Germany by 617 squadron of the RAF using the ‘bouncing bombs’ invented by Barnes Wallis. The raid was dramatised in the classic 1955 film, ‘The Dam Busters’.
The exhibition took place in London, and some donations benefitted International Bomber Command Centre; Group 617 & RAF Benevolent Fund
*Read about Fred Sutherland's unveiling of Dan's portrait in Canada HERE
*Read about the project and the plan for exhibition in May HERE
*Watch an ITV production of the portraits in progress HERE
A fully illustrated limited-edition hardback catalogue with all 133 of the portraits illustrated.
Introductions by Johnny Johnson - the last British Dambuster and Charles Foster the author of The Complete Dambusters below.
To pre-order the catalogue please go to the STORE
The Complete Dambusters
Dan is collaborating with author Charles Foster ahead of his publication of 'The Complete Dambusters' in May this year. Charles will be launching his book in London at the Dambusters Reunited exhibition with a book launch on 16th May in conjunction with a private viewing of Dambusters Reunited.
To pre-order Charles' book please follow link HERE