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John Rutherford Collection

Commissioned to honour the first of the ten thousand Canadians killed serving with Bomber Command, this painting depicts the Blenheim IV Bomber flown by Sgt. Albert Stanley Prince being shot down as it attacked the German battleship Admiral Scheer on 4 September, 1939. Sgt. Prince's son, William B. Prince of Stoke-on-Trent, England, unveiled the painting at a ceremony held on 4 September, 1999.

Bomber Command Museum of Canada