For most paratroopers, this was the farthest they'd been from home. And here was the enemy. Among these German POWs, Pvt. Don Malarkey meets a sergeant who had lived in Portland, Oregon. And Don was from Astoria, 70 miles away.And they had even worked across the street from one another. Don's comrades keep their distance, pondering the enemy they had traveled so far to fight. A should will soon summon Don: Malark, let's go! This German's war is over- for everyone else, fierce fighting lays ahead. Do would then utter the strangest words between enemies on D-Day: You take care. This print is from the MAIN EDITION. Limited to only 100 numbered prints, signed by artist James Dietz. Print Size: 31" x 19". Screen colors may vary from print colors. Autographed art and collectibles from Valor Studios are created with the full cooperation of the veteran signers who are compensated fairly for signing each item. DO YOU CARRY OTHER ARTISTS? We have published prints with John D. Shaw, Gil Cohen, William S. For other, stunning military artwork, just ask! The item "James Dietz D-DAY Easy Company Band of Brothers Don Malarkey Art Print" is in sale since Tuesday, April 14, 2020. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "valorstudiosinc" and is located in Brighton, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.