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1:700 US CV-3 Saratoga Aircraft Carr. WL

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1:700 US CV-3 Saratoga Aircraft Carr. WL

€44.99

Article number: 300031713 Product: 1:700 US CV-3 Saratoga Aircraft Carr. About the Model • This is a 1/700 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 396mm. • This water line model depicts the part of the ship seen above the line of the water, enabling it to be displayed on a flat surface as though it were at sea. It captures the asymmetrical shape of the boat, which featured a bulge on the starboard side. • The model accurately depicts the Saratoga as she appeared during the Battle of Iwo Jima in February 1945. • Features a two-part hull, plus a one-part flight deck which stretches from the bow of the deck to the stern. • Includes scale replicas of Hellcat and Avenger aircraft.

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1:700 US New Jersey Battleship WL

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1:700 US New Jersey Battleship WL

€31.99

Article number: 300031614 Product: 1:700 US New Jersey Battleship WL The BB-62 USS New Jersey was the most decorated battleship in US Navy history from 1943 to 1991. In 1943 she was commissioned as the second of six Iowa-class battleships. Ships five and six, the BB-65 Illinois and the BB-66 Kentucky, however, were no longer completed and ultimately dismantled again. Like the other Iowa-class ships, the USS New Jersey had a displacement of 45,000 tons, an output of 212,000 hp and was armed with nine 16-inch (40.6 cm) guns spread across three triple turrets (2 fore and 1 aft) with a maximum range of up to 40 km. The ships of the Iowa class were 270.4 m long and had a relatively narrow hull of a maximum of 33 m, so they could easily pass the Panama Canal.

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Kuma

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Kuma

€16.99

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Taiho

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Taiho

€24.99

Taiho Aircraft Carrier

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1:700 Aust. Vampire Destroyer WL

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1:700 Aust. Vampire Destroyer WL

€18.99

Article number: 300031910 Product: 1:700 Austr. Vampir Zerstörer WL The HMS Vampire was built in England and entered service in 1917 as the Admiralty V-class flotilla leader. In 1933 the destroyer was sold to Australia and transferred to the Royal Australian Navy as HMAS Vampire. In December 1941, the Vampire was involved with other companion destroyers in the rescue of crew members of the HMS Repulse and the HMS Prince of Wales, who were sunk by Japanese aircraft off the coast of British Malaya. 1942 the Vampire and the carrier Hermes were sunk by Japanese aircraft near the British colony of Ceylon. The TAMIYA model of the destroyer on a scale of 1:700 impresses with numerous details such as movable main guns and torpedo tubes. A decal sheet with naval flags and ship numbers is included in the kit. Warning notices: Read carefully and fully understand the instructions before commencing assembly. A supervising adult should also read the instructions if a child assembles the model. When assembling this kit, tools including knives are used. Extra care should be taken to avoid personal injury. Read and follow the instructions supplied with paints and/or cement, if used (not included in kit). Keep out of reach of small children. Children must not be allowed to put any parts in their mouths, or pull vinyl bags over their heads.

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1:700 Brit. Destroyer E-Class WL

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1:700 Brit. Destroyer E-Class WL

€16.99

Article number: 300031909 Product: 1:700 Brit. Zerstörer E-Klasse WL To protect the Empire's shipping lanes, the British Navy built large numbers of destroyers in the years leading up to World War II. The nine ships of the so-called E-class, Exmouth, Echo, Eclipse, Electra, Encounter, Escapade, Escort, Esk and Express, were completed in 1934 and took part in many important operations during World War II, including the hunt for the Bismarck and the Battle of the Java Sea. The dimensions of the E-Class roughly corresponded to its predecessors. However, the ships had enlarged superstructures and also equipment for anti-submarine defence and a mine detection facility on board. The true-to-original TAMIYA kit on a scale of 1:700 contains decorative stickers for all nine E-Class ships. Warning notices: Read carefully and fully understand the instructions before commencing assembly. A supervising adult should also read the instructions if a child assembles the model. When assembling this kit, tools including knives are used. Extra care should be taken to avoid personal injury. Read and follow the instructions supplied with paints and/or cement, if used (not included in kit). Keep out of reach of small children. Children must not be allowed to put any parts in their mouths, or pull vinyl bags over their heads.

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1:700 Brit. King George V Battleship WL

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1:700 Brit. King George V Battleship WL

€19.99

Article number: 300077525 Product: 1:700 Brit. King George V Battleship WL The British battleship King George V entered service in October 1940 as the type ship of the second King George V-class and flagship of the Home Fleet. Among other things, she was involved in the hunt for the German battleship Bismarck in May 1941 together with the HMS Rodney. From 1944 the King George V served in the Pacific. For the surrender of Japan on September 2, 1945, she anchored off Tokyo. In 1949 the HMS King George V was transferred to the reserve fleet, and in 1957 the fleet command finally sent the 35,000-ton battleship into well-deserved retirement. The detailed TAMIYA model on a scale of 1: 700 shows the ship as it looked during the Pacific War with additional radar and anti-aircraft armament.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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1:700 Brit. Prince of Wales Battlesh. WL

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1:700 Brit. Prince of Wales Battlesh. WL

€30.99

Article number: 300031615 Product: 1:700 Brit. Prince of Wales Battlesh. WL The British battleship Prince of Wales was the second ship in the King George V class. Shortly after its completion in March 1941, it was involved in the historic hunt for the German battleship Bismarck. In October, the Prince of Wales was dispatched to Singapore to reinforce the armed forces in the Far East. Her short period of service of only 9 months ended dramatically when she was intercepted by Japanese bombers in the so-called Battle of Malaya. The model reproduces the Prince of Wales true to detail, the set also includes the two Japanese bombers Type 96 "Nell" and Type 1 "Betty" to replicate the battle scene. Included: construction kit, instructions manual, decor

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1:700 Brit. Repulse Battle Cruiser WL

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1:700 Brit. Repulse Battle Cruiser WL

€50.99

Article number: 300031617 Product: 1:700 Brit. Repulse Battle Cruiser WL In August 1916, the construction of the HMS Repulse was completed. During the First World War, the lightly armoured Renown-class battle cruiser took a leading role in naval offensives due to its speed. After the First World War, the armour was reinforced and the ship modernized. When the Second World War broke out, the Repulse took an active part in the hunt for the German battleship Bismarck. The HMS Repulse was later relocated to Southeast Asia as the British government feared a Japanese attack on Malaysia. On December 10th 1941 the Repulse and the Prince of Wales were on their way back to Singapore, where they were caught by a Japanese air raid and sunk. Included: construction kit, instructions manual, decor

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1:700 Jap. Isuzu Light Cruiser

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1:700 Jap. Isuzu Light Cruiser

€16.99

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1:700 Jap. Junyo Aircraft Carrier

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1:700 Jap. Junyo Aircraft Carrier

€25.99

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1:700 Jap. Mikuma Heavy Cruiser WL

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1:700 Jap. Mikuma Heavy Cruiser WL

€27.99

Article number: 300031342 Product: 1:700 Jap. Mikuma Heavy Cruiser WL About the Model - Japanese Heavy Cruiser Mikuma plastic assembly kit. 1/700 scale, Overall length: 286.5mm, Overall width: 36.5mm. The graceful form of the Mogami class cruiser has been accurately replicated. - The hull has been divided in two halves in order to reproduce the finest details. - Mikuma's characteristic structures such as rear mast and main structure that distinguished it from the Mogami have been reproduced. - The main turrets can rotate after completion via polycap. - Equipment such as armament including 12.7cm gun turrets or triple tube torpedo launchers, main mast, aircraft crane and catapults are sharply reproduced Mikuma

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1:700 Jap. Mogami Aircraft Cruiser WL

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1:700 Jap. Mogami Aircraft Cruiser WL

€27.99

Article number: 300031341 Product: 1:700 Jap. Mogami Flugzeugkreuzer Waterline The Mogami, the unique naval aircraft cruiser of the Imperial Japanese Navy, entered service in 1935. Due to various construction failures, three modifications were carried out, the first due to a lack of stability. In the second, the armament was changed from the 15.3 cm triplets to the larger 20.3 cm double gun turrets. The conversion to an aircraft cruiser took place from 1942 to 1943 after a failed submarine escape and a collision with the Mikuma as well as several bomb hits by American carrier aircraft. After further heavy battles against the enemy U.S. fleet, a heavy fire broke out on the ship in the fall of 1944. The remaining crew decided to leave the ship and sink it with torpedoes: The Mogami disappeared into the depths of the Mindanao Sea.

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1:700 Jap. Musashi Schlachtschiff WL

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1:700 Jap. Musashi Schlachtschiff WL

€24.99

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1:700 Jap. Nagara Light Cruiser

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1:700 Jap. Nagara Light Cruiser

€16.99

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1:700 Jap. Suzuya Heavy Cruiser WL

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1:700 Jap. Suzuya Heavy Cruiser WL

€27.99

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1:700 Jap. U. S. Gato Cl.&Jpn. S.Chaser

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1:700 Jap. U. S. Gato Cl.&Jpn. S.Chaser

€8.79

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1:700 SSGN Kursk (Oscar-II Class) WL

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1:700 SSGN Kursk (Oscar-II Class) WL

€12.99

Warning notices: Read carefully and fully understand the instructions before commencing assembly. A supervising adult should also read the instructions if a child assembles the model. When assembling this kit, tools including knives are used. Extra care should be taken to avoid personal injury. Read and follow the instructions supplied with paints and/or cement, if used (not included in kit). Keep out of reach of small children. Children must not be allowed to put any parts in their mouths, or pull vinyl bags over their heads.

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1:700 US CA-35 Indianapolis WL

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1:700 US CA-35 Indianapolis WL

€24.99

Article number: 300031804 Product: 1:700 US CA-35 Indianapolis WL The heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis entered service at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in November 1932. On the day the war began in the Pacific (7th December 1941), the Indianapolis took part in an exercise as the flagship of the Scouting Force US Fleet. In March 1943, she became the flagship of Task Force 58, which consisted of 130,000 naval and army troops and was under the command of Admiral Raymond Ames Spruance, Commander Fifth Fleet. The Indianapolis led the giant fleet and was involved in most of the major battles in the Central Pacific. In March 1945, the ship was badly damaged and returned to the dock at Mare Island for repairs. During the two-month repair, all equipment was brought up to date. Later on the Indianapolis picked up classified cargo and personnel in San Francisco and on 16th July made its way to Tinian Island, where a B29 bomber base was located. Four days after her arrival at Tinian Island the Indianapolis was torpedoed by the Japanese submarine I-58 and sank after two hits. Included: construction kit, instructions manual, decor

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1:700 US CVE-9 Bogue Escort Carrier WL

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1:700 US CVE-9 Bogue Escort Carrier WL

€27.99

Article number: 300031711 Product: 1:700 US CVE-9 Bogue Escort Carrier WL The USS Bogue was the type ship of the same name class of escort aircraft carriers, which were manufactured from 1942 to 1943 and mainly served as convoy escort ships in the Atlantic. But they were also responsible for the sinking of many German submarines and the Japanese submarine I-52, which was on its way to Germany with a cargo of gold. The unique construction of the Bogue class – a flight deck mounted on a merchant ship – is reproduced in great detail in this 1:700 model. The kit also contains the lifeboats, the anti-aircraft guns (AA) and 16 aircraft of the types Corsair, Avenger, Hellcat and Helldiver. Included: construction kit, instructions manual, decor

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1:700 US Hammann Destroyer WL

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1:700 US Hammann Destroyer WL

€14.99

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1:700 US Missouri Battleship WL

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1:700 US Missouri Battleship WL

€31.99

Article number: 300031613 Product: 1:700 US Missouri Schlachtschiff WL The Iowa-class ships were the last major battleships in the US Navy. The most famous one was and is the BB-63 Missouri. 212,000 horsepower enabled the heavily armed colossus to reach a top speed of 33 knots. The main armament consisted of nine 16 inch (40.6 cm) guns distributed in three triple turrets (2 fore and 1 aft) with a maximum range of up to 40 km. The ships of the Iowa class were 270.4 m long and had a relatively narrow hull of a maximum of 33 m, so they could easily pass the Panama Canal. The USS Missouri entered service in 1944 and participated in numerous operations in the Pacific War. On September 2, 1945, the Treaty of Unconditional Surrender of the Japanese Armed Forces was signed aboard the USS Missouri. With the outbreak of the Korean War in June 1950, the USS Missouri and her sister ships were used for fire support and relegated to reserve service in 1955. In 1986 the ship was completely renovated, modernized and equipped with the latest weapon technology. The Missouri was used one last time in the Gulf War and in 1993, after almost 50 years in service, she took her well-deserved retirement. Included: construction kit, instructions manual, decor

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1:700 WL US Battleship BB-61 Iowa

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1:700 WL US Battleship BB-61 Iowa

€31.99

Article: 300031616 Product: 1:700 US BB-61 Iowa Schlachtschiff WL About the Model - Highly detailed 1/700 scale assembly model of the USS Iowa. - Model depicts Iowa as she appeared during the Marianas Campaign in 1944. - Model accurately captures differences with the USS Missouri such as open bridge, bow, observation deck, radar antenna and 20mm guns on top of Number 2 turret. - Left/right hull halves design offers easy assembly and ultra-realistic finish. - Main turrets can rotate after completion thanks to polycaps. - Equipment and armament such as 40mm and 20mm guns reproduced in faithful detail. - Full color finishing guide shows how to paint Measure 32/1B camouflage as used in the Marianas Campaign. - Kit includes detailed models of Vought OS2U Kingfisher floatplanes. U.S. Battleship Iowa

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1:700 WL US Nav.Destroyer DD-797 Cushing

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1:700 WL US Nav.Destroyer DD-797 Cushing

€9.99

Article number: 300031907 Product: 1:700 US DD-797 Cushing Zerstörer WL During the Second World War, the US Navy built a total of 175 units of the 2,000-ton Fletcher-class destroyers. The USS Cushing (DD-797) was not completed until 1944, but still took part in numerous important naval operations, such as the Battle of Leyte Gulf. Due to its late completion, the USS Cushing had some improvements compared to its sister ships: for example, reinforced anti-aircraft armament and the characteristic square bridge, which offered greater visibility. In addition to five 12.7 cm guns and a five-way 533-mm torpedo launcher, the destroyer was armed with five 40-mm (AA) twin anti-aircraft guns and seven 20-mm (AA) anti-aircraft guns. When the Japanese surrendered on September 2, 1945, the Cushing was anchored together with the battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. The TAMIYA model on a scale of 1:700 is characterized by high levels of detail and faithfulness to the original. The kit includes a decal sheet with ship numbers and the US flag. Warning notices: Read carefully and fully understand the instructions before commencing assembly. A supervising adult should also read the instructions if a child assembles the model. When assembling this kit, tools including knives are used. Extra care should be taken to avoid personal injury. Read and follow the instructions supplied with paints and/or cement, if used (not included in kit). Keep out of reach of small children. Children must not be allowed to put any parts in their mouths, or pull vinyl bags over their heads.

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Hood

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Hood

€40.99

Article number: 300031806 Product: 1:700 Brit Hood & E Class Destroyer WL The British battle cruiser Hood entered service in May 1920 and served as the flagship of the Royal Navy for almost 20 years. On 23rd May 1941 the Hood went with the Prince of Wales and two destroyers on the hunt for the German battleship Bismarck and the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen. On the morning of the 24th there was a fight, the Hood first fired at the Prinz Eugen. When the Germans returned fire, the Hood was hit by the Bismarck. The hit penetrated the deck and hit the main ammunition chamber, the explosion blew the ship in half. Along with the loss of its flagship, the Royal Navy also lost 1,416 men. The two destroyers accompanying the Hood remained unharmed. Included: construction kit, instructions manual, decor

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Hornet Aircraft Carrier

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Hornet Aircraft Carrier

€16.99

Article number: 300077510 Product: 1:700 US Hornet Flugzeugträger WL The USS Hornet was completed in 1941 as the third Yorktown-class aircraft carrier. She is best known for her central role in the so-called Doolittle Raid on April 18, 1942, the first US air attack on the Japanese home islands. Only a few months later, in October 1942, the Hornet was badly damaged by Japanese bombers in the battle of the Santa Cruz Islands. She finally sunk on October 27th. Most of the crew could be rescued by the American escort ships, but 111 men died. The detailed TAMIYA model kit contains the aircraft carrier as well as parts for 16 B-25 bombers.

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Nelson

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Nelson

€15.99

Article number: 300077504 Product: 1:700 Brit. Nelson Battleship WL The HMS Nelson was launched as the type ship of the Nelson class on September 3, 1925, and was put into service in 1927. Like her sister ship, the HMS Rodney, the Nelson had three triple 16-inch towers that were placed in the well-protected front half of the ship. She was temporarily the flagship of the Royal Navy and initially served mostly together with her sister ship. During the Second World War, the Nelson belonged to the Homefleet and was involved in the search for various German warships. From 1941 she supported the Allied landings in North Africa and later the landings in Sicily. When she supported the landing in Normandy in the summer of 1944, she ran into two mines. After her repair, she was deployed in the Pacific, then transferred to the reserve and scrapped in 1949. The TAMIYA kit model impresses with its accuracy of fit and attention to detail.

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Shokaku

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Shokaku

€37.99

Article number: 300031213 Product: 1:700 Jap. Shokaku Aircraft Carrier Waterline The Japanese aircraft carrier Shokaku was launched in June 1939. During the Pacific War, the Shokaku, along with its sister flagship Zuikaku, formed the 5th Aircraft Carrier Division of the Imperial Japanese Navy. The Shokaku was involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor and served until the Battle of the Philippine Sea in 1944; here it was sunk after several torpedo hits by a U.S. submarine. The model is a replica of the Japanese aircraft carrier Shokaku on a scale of 1:700. The decor of the kit also includes the flight deck landing markings and a complete set of aircraft including Mitsubishi A6M2 fighters and Aichi D3A bombers.

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Zuikaku

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Zuikaku

€37.99

Article number: 300031214 Product: 1:700 Jap. Zuikaku Aircraft Carrier Waterline The Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku was launched in November 1939. During the Pacific War the Zuikaku and its sister ship Shokaku formed the 5th Aircraft Carrier Division. The Zuikaku was involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor and the Battle of the Philippine Sea in 1944, where it was badly damaged by aerial bombs. It sank in the autumn of 1944 in the naval/air battle in the Gulf of Leyte. The Tamiya kit is a replica of the Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku on a scale of 1:700. The detailed model recreates the additional anti-aircraft armament of the Zuikaku as well as some special aircraft types of the late Second World War such as Mitsubishi A6M5 fighters and Yokosuka D4Y bombers.

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1:700 Brit. O-Class Destroyer WL

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1:700 Brit. O-Class Destroyer WL

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Article number: 300031904 Product: 1:700 Brit. Zerstörer O-Klasse WL After the start of the Second World War, the Royal Navy built eight O-class destroyers and eight more P-class destroyers as part of the War Emergency Programme. The Oribi was put into service on July 5, 1941 as the first O-class ship. The ships served mainly in the North Sea and were mostly active as convoy escorts. The detailed model kit offers the option of equipping the models with either 12 cm cannons (O-Class) or 10.2 cm multi-purpose cannons (P-Class). Details such as depth charge launchers or anchors are also faithfully reproduced. The TAMIYA kit contains a decal sheet including British flags. Warning notices: Read carefully and fully understand the instructions before commencing assembly. A supervising adult should also read the instructions if a child assembles the model. When assembling this kit, tools including knives are used. Extra care should be taken to avoid personal injury. Read and follow the instructions supplied with paints and/or cement, if used (not included in kit). Keep out of reach of small children. Children must not be allowed to put any parts in their mouths, or pull vinyl bags over their heads.

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1:700 Ger. Z-Class Destroyer Barbara (2)

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1:700 Ger. Z-Class Destroyer Barbara (2)

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1:700 Jap. Hatsuyuki Destroyer

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1:700 Jap. Hatsuyuki Destroyer

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1:700 Jap. Sakura Destroyer

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1:700 Jap. Sakura Destroyer

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1:700 Jap. Yamato Schlachtschiff WL

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1:700 Jap. Yamato Schlachtschiff WL

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Japanese Battleship Yamato

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1:700 Jap. Zuikaku PH Aircraft Carr. WL

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1:700 Jap. Zuikaku PH Aircraft Carr. WL

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Article number: 300031223 Product: 1:700 Jap. Zuikaku Pearl Harbor Aircraft Carrier Waterline The Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku was launched in November 1939. During the Pacific War the Zuikaku and its sister ship Shokaku formed the 5th Aircraft Carrier Division. The Zuikaku was involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor and the Battle of the Philippine Sea in 1944, where it was badly damaged by aerial bombs. It sank in the autumn of 1944 in the naval/air battle in the Gulf of Leyte. The Tamiya kit is a replica of the Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku on a scale of 1:700. The detailed model shows the vessel as it appeared during the Attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.

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1:700 WL RODNEY BRIT. BATTLESHIP

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1:700 WL RODNEY BRIT. BATTLESHIP

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Article number: 300077502 Product: 1:700 Brit. Rodney Battleship WL The HMS Rodney entered service in 1927. During World War II, the British Nelson-class battleship was involved in the hunt for the Bismarck (1941), the invasion of North Africa (1942) and the invasion of Normandy (1944). The revolutionary design of the Rodney with three triple 16-inch gun turrets, all of which are mounted in front of the bridge, is faithfully reproduced in the model. The bridge, the chimney and the mast near the stern can also be reproduced true to the original. After the Second World War, the HMS Rodney was scrapped in 1948.

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Enterprice

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Enterprice

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Article number: 300077514 Product: 1:700 US Enterprise Aircraft Carrier WL The USS Enterprise CV-6 was the second Yorktown-class ship and entered service as the sixth aircraft carrier of the US Navy in 1938. In the Pacific War she was involved in 18 of 22 major naval operations. 15 times she was badly damaged, but the USS Enterprise kept returning to service, symbolizing the Navy's determination to achieve victory in the Pacific. In 1947 the USS Enterprise, affectionately known as the "Big E", was decommissioned and finally scrapped from 1958 to 1960. To this day she is the most decorated ship in the history of the US Navy. The TAMIYA model kit shows the famous aircraft carrier as it looked towards the end of World War II, including increased AA armament and Hellcat, Corsair, Avenger and Helldiver aircraft.

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Fubuki

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Fubuki

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Kumano

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Kumano

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Article number: 300031344 Product: 1:700 Jap. Kumano Lt. Kreuzer Waterline The Kumano, a heavy Mogami-class cruiser, was completed in the fall of 1937. As with the sister ships, the main armament consisted of 5 triplet gun turrets. Each of these 15.5 cm guns (projectile speed of 920 m/s) had a maximum range of 27,400 m and a projection angle of up to 55 degrees. During her service, the Kumano served in the Battle of Midway, the Battle of the Eastern Solomon Islands, and the largest naval battle of World War II, the Battle of the Gulf of Leyte. Here the Kumano suffered considerable damage. Shortly before the completion of the repair work, she was hit by several torpedoes and sank in 1944 in the bay of Santa Cruz.

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Shinano

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Shinano

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Article number: 300031215 Product: 1:700 Jap. Shinano Aircraft Carrier Waterline In October 1944, the Shinano was launched, one of the largest aircraft carriers of World War II. The construction of the giant Yamato-class ship began shortly after the Japanese defeat at Midway and was completed in November 1944. The total length of the Shinano was 266 meters, the carrier had a displacement of 62,000 tons. From the Yamato the Shinano inherited the strong armor as well as a reinforced flight deck that could withstand a direct explosion of a 500 kg bomb. Before its first deployment – on the way to an equipment quay – the vessel was discovered and torpedoed by an American submarine. Shortly afterwards the Shinano capsized near the shores of Shionomisaki. The Shinano is still the largest warship sunk by a submarine.

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