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"Spearhead" by Gareth Hector depicts "Eagle 7" in Cologne, with S/Sgt. Bob Earley observing a target that Clarence points out across the Rhine. Prints are available at Valor Studios hand autographed by Clarence & his fellow tankers!
"Unstoppable" by Gareth Hector depicts "Eagle 7" in the background (near the church) as it lead E-Company Shermans into the Reich, April 1945. The smoldering Tiger, knocked out from the air, is likely from the inventory at the Paderborn armor school. Prints are available at Valor Studios hand autographed by Clarence & his fellow tankers!
View stunning artwork that has been inspired by "Spearhead"
View this short "Spearhead" companion video about Clarence, Gustav, and Kathi Esser.
Please note this video reveals the ending of Spearhead.
"Spearhead" hero Buck Marsh sits down with Adam Makos to share the story of his friend Byron Mitchell and his encounter with a Tiger tank commander in Paderborn.
Please note this video contains spoilers.
To Learn More
Cologne journalist Hermann Rheindorf first discovered the identity of Kathi Esser and introduced Clarence to Gustav Schaefer and Kathi's family. Hermann has produced a series of documentaries about the battle for Cologne, available for rent/purchase.
There is one key discrepancy between our research, involving the fate of Kathi Esser, but not enough to overshadow all that we agree upon. View Hermann's work here.
Please note these video contains spoilers.