'Bomber's Moon' T-Shirt
During the Second World War if you served as aircrew in Bomber Command your chances of survival were bleak. In remembrance of the sacrifices made by these heroes we announce 'Bomber's Moon'.
The term “bomber’s moon” was used during the Second World War to indicate a night with a bright full moon, which enabled bomber aircrews to find and strike their targets. Conversely, it also allowed anti-aircraft guns to target bombers, or helped night fighters to find and shoot them down.
The front of the T-Shirt illustrates a glowing moon with Lancasters in shadow crossing it's path, whilst the rear features a list of poignant statistics; the officially recognised losses and what happened per every one hundred airmen who served.
Part of the funds from every sale will be donated to the 2018 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and to maintain The National Bomber Command Memorial, Green Park, London .
PLEASE NOTE: Delivery is two to three weeks following order.
This T Shirt is made of 100% Cotton and should be washed inside out no hotter than 30 degrees. DO NOT TUMBLE DRY. Please iron inside out. Please check the labels cleaning instructions for more details.
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