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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
The Bismarck and the Tirpitz were the two largest battleships in the Second World War. The Bismarck, with a length of 251 m, went into service on 24.08.1940. On completion of the training runs she took part in the Rhine exercise. On 24.05.1941, in a sea battle off Greenland, she sank the British cruiser HMS Hood. Then the Bismarck, having damage to the bow, made for a Frenchport. During the pursuit by British ships and aircraft the ship was rendered unfit for action by enemy fire and scuttled in the Atlantic. Finely detailed components with rivets and recessed panel lines give an authentic reproduction of this imposing battleship. Other features of the model kit include moving gun turrets and barrels.
- New tool
- Detailed hull and power plant
- Decks with textured planks
- Gun turrets with individually moving barrels
- Filigree masts
- 18 tenders
- 2 Arado 196 seaplanes
- 2 detailed derricks with booms
- Display stand
- 2 variants to paint: winter 1940/41 and March 1941