The German battleship Schleswig-Holstein was a German-class former dreadnought ship, launched in 1906, with a base displacement of 13,993 tons. Full length: 127.7112 m.
After the defeat of Germany in World War I, the terms of the Treaty of Versailles clearly stated that the defeated Germany was not allowed to build and own a fearless battleship, only allowed to retain eight old battleships, except for training and coast. Outside the defense, no other use, these restrictions are that the German Navy can only be a regional maritime force with limited capabilities. Schleswig-Holstein is one of the old ships that allows Germany to retain. Before the launch of the new German ship, Shihe and other old ships have been silently shouldering the heavy responsibility of defending the German seas and seas.
On August 25, 1939, the old battleship of Shihe was a "friendly visit" to the free city of Danzig, Poland, in the name of "commemorating the death of soldiers in World War I." At 4:17 am on September 1, Shihe bombarded the Polish military camp. The first shot of World War II was launched, and a cannon was opened to open the curtain of World War II.
In the Second World War, the German Navy surface warships basically contracted into the port, and the old Shihe also painted land camouflage to hide in Tibet. In the end, it was impossible to escape the fate of being bombed. After the war, he was salvaged as compensation for the Soviet Union.
Product number 05354
product name Schleswig-Holstein battleship 1935
Bar code 9580208053547
Product ratio 1:350
product type Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size Length: 367.1mm Beam: 66.8mm
Total number of parts 470+
Metal parts Anchor chain
Etched parts 6 pcs
Film film n/a
Resin component n/a
Announcement date 2018-10
More description – the kit contains over 470 parts
– hull split into two parts
– Deck wood pattern finely rendered
– Contains display stand
– photo etched parts included