1/200 DKM Bismarck, 1941

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The Bismarck is a world famous German battleship from World War II. The ship was commissioned in 1936. In August 1940, with a full load displacement of 50,000 tons, it was the largest battleship in the world at the time. The Bismarck was a symbol for armed ships of the German Navy and perfect protection, and was considered an unsinkable sea fortress, but was sunk during the first combat mission. However, before sinking, it sank HMS Hood, then the pride of the British Navy. The Bismarck was then tracked down and torpedoed by Sworfish torpedo bombers from the British aircraft carrier Ark Royal. A hit blocked the rudder of the Bismarck, the battleship was no longer manoeuvrable. The pursuers of the Roayl Navy caused the sinking of the Bismarck by further shelling. Length built: 1265 mm. Width: 181 mm. A total of over 1700 parts, metal and photo-etched parts on 45 injection moldings. 4 AR 196 airplanes are included.
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