trumpeter-china 1/350 German battleship “Tirpitz” 05359

product description:
Tirpitz was launched on April 1, 1939 as the second ship of the Bismarck-class battleship. The initial combat concept was roughly the same as the Bismarck. It was sent to the Atlantic Ocean as a water ship to attack the Allied merchant fleet. However, due to the sinking of Bismarck and the failure of other surface ships to attack merchant ships, Hitler lost his trust in the surface fleet, which led to Tirpitz being forced to restrict the attack.
Due to the strengthening of the escort fleet on the Arctic route and the sinking of the Bismarck battleship by the British at the end of 1941, coupled with the raid by the Royal Marines in March 1942 on the large dock in Vichy, France, the only German able to repair in the Atlantic The large dock of the battleship Tirpitz was destroyed, limiting the activities of the battleship Tirpitz in the Atlantic Ocean. Tirpitz was forced to be sent to the waters of northern Norway and spent most of World War II here. . She played the main role of the German fleet in the northern waters of Norway to contain the power of the Royal Navy. Tirpitz made three attacks in Norway, two in 1942 and one in 1943. Although she has been “restricting movement”, the Royal Navy is still quite afraid of Tirpitz’s potential destructive power to the Allied fleet. The British army has carried out many air strikes and submarine attacks to sink the Tirpitz but it has been It was unsuccessful. It was not until November 12, 1944, that Tirpitz was bombed by a 5.5-ton tall cabinet super bomb designed to deal with large warships before it capsized in the Lingenfjord.

Product number 05359
product name German battleship “Tirpitz”
Bar code 9580208053592
Product ratio 1:350
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 715.7mm Beam: 105.9mm
Total number of parts 1180+
Metal parts anchor chain
Etched parts 5 pcs
Film n/a
Resin parts n/a
Total number of offsets 15 sprues, hull and deck
Announcement date 2021-04
More description the kit contains over 1180 parts
-the hull made from two-directional slide molds
-Deck wood pattern finely rendered
-Contains display stand
-photo etched parts included

TRUMPETER 1/350 Italian heavy cruiser “Gorizia” 05349

product description:
The Gorizia started on March 17, 1930 at the Orlando Shipyard of Otto Group, launched on December 28, 1930, and was completed on December 23, 1931. It is the third ship of the Zara-class heavy cruiser.

  After completion, the Gorizia was incorporated into the 2nd Cruiser Squadron and transferred to the 1st Cruiser Squadron on December 31, 1934. From then on until Italy entered the war in 1940, Gorizia has been in the unit. During the Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1937, the Gorizia was active in Spanish waters. In 1941, the Gorizia participated in the interception of the British Army's "Operation Meat" and "Operation Halberd" in August and September, and at the same time covered the communication lines in North Africa. In December 1941 and March 1942, they participated in the first and second battles of Sirte Bay respectively. Later, in June, he participated in the "Harpoon Operation" and "Strong Operation" to intercept the British army. Participated in the interception of "Operation Bearing" in August. On September 9, it was controlled by the Germans because of the Italian government's surrender to the Allies. On June 26, 1944, a joint special team composed of Britain and Italy infiltrated La Spezia and sank it.

Product number 05349
product name Italian heavy cruiser “Gorizia”
Bar code 9580208053493
Product ratio 1:350
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 552.3mm Beam: 63.1mm
Total number of parts 410+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 4 pcs
Film n/a
Resin parts n/a
Total number of offsets 15 sprues, hull and decks
Announcement date 2021-03
More description -the kit contains over 410 parts
-the hull made from two-directional slide molds
-Deck wood pattern finely rendered
-Contains display stand
-photo etched parts included

NEW FROM Trumpeter 1/350 St. Esteban Dreadnought 05365

product description:
The San Esteban started construction in 1912 and entered service in July 1914. It was the world’s first dreadnought ship with a triple knapsack main gun. Both the turret and the main gun came from the famous Skoda Arsenal, which is equipped with a 305mm three-armed main gun with a range of 20km. The secondary gun is also a 150mm gun produced by Skoda, which is installed in the side shell of the cabin deck.

The Saint Esteban adopts a flat deck design that was rarely seen at the time. The hull was thick and fat, the main engine power was 27,000 horsepower, and the speed was about 20.4 knots.

During the First World War, due to the geographical restrictions of the Adriatic Sea where the Austro-Hungarian empire was located, the St. Esteban could only be docked in the port. On June 30, 1918, the San Esteban and its sister ships were sunk by Italian navy torpedo boats while setting sail to break through the blockade.

Product number 05365
product name St. Esteban Dreadnought
Bar code 9580208053653
Product ratio 1:350
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 434.2mm Beam: 79.7mm
Total number of parts 570+
Metal parts anchor chain
Etched parts 3 pcs
Film n/a
Resin parts n/a
Total number of offsets 12 sprues and deck
Announcement date 2021-02
More description -the kit contains over 570 parts
-hull split into two parts
-Deck wood pattern finely rendered
-Contains display stand
-photo etched parts included