The battleship Scharnhorst is the first ship of the Scharnhorst class. The ship type is divided into battlecruisers. The initial design can be replaced with 380mm main guns and jumped into battleships to cope with future battles, but there was no such thing in World War II. Implement. The Scharnhorst was built by the War Naval Shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. It was launched on October 3, 1936, and entered service on January 7, 1939.
In 1938, the Scharnhorst class found insufficient freeboard at the bow of the ship during sea trials, and docked the bow in 1939. After the outbreak of World War II, in 1940, the two ships of the Scharnhorst class sank the Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier HMS Glory and two destroyers in the North Sea, but the Scharnhorst was hit by torpedoes fired by British destroyers and caused a large number of them. Water can only be docked for maintenance later.
In 1941, the Scharnhorst broke into the Atlantic Ocean for a sea-breaking operation. During the two-month operation, the fleet sank 22 merchant ships with a gross tonnage of 115,000 tons, which greatly damaged the shipping of the allied countries.
On December 25, 1943, Scharnhorst set sail to attack the Allied escort convoy. It was intercepted by the main Royal Navy’s main fleet headed by the Duke of York battleship. It was attacked by British forces and was eventually sunk by the Duke of York.
Product number 03715
product name German battleship Scharnhorst
Bar code 9580208037158
Product ratio 1:200
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 1175mm Beam: 150mm
Total number of parts 1600+
Metal parts anchor chain, shaft
Etched parts 6 pcs
Resin parts n/a
Total number of offsets 25 sprues, hull, superstructure and decks
Announced date 2020-11
-One -piece hull made from two-directional slide molds -Deck pattern finely rendered.
-Accurately detailed gun
-6 pieces of photo etched frets for handrais, ladders, radar parts etc.
-includes 2 Ar196 waterplane