This is a colorized photograph of a North American B25 Mitchell framed and matted to include an actual "greenhouse" plexiglass relic, recovered from a restoration project.
The B-25 Mitchell was an American twin-engined medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. The B-25 first gained fame as the bomber used in the 18 April 1942 Doolittle Raid, in which 16 B-25Bs led by Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle attacked mainland Japan, four months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The Doolittle Raid was one of the most daring raids on the empire of Japan during World War II. This attack, America's first retaliatory strike, would be so decisive that it would ultimately lead to the turning point of the war by provoking the Japanese counter attack and defeat at Midway in June of that same year.
Certificate of Authenticity included.