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Revell 1/700 HMS Duke Of York
In the 30s Great Britain decided to build new battleships. Between 1937 and 1942 five ships in the "King George V" class were built. They all survived World War II except the "Prince of Wales". The "Duke of York", which was originally designed as the "Anson" and went into service in 1941, was famed for the destruction of the German battleship "Scharnhorst" on 26th December 1943.
The battleship was then used in support of the Africa landings, to protect the Murmansk convoys and in 1945 in the British Pacific Fleet operations against the Japanese mainland. By 1949 the "Duke of York" was on the reserve list and in 1958 it was broken up.
• Water-line hull
• Detailed deck with extensive superstructure
• Ten 35.6 cm cannon
• Sixteen 13.3 cm cannon
• Six 20 mm Oerlikons
• One catapult with flying boat
• Numerous cutters and lifeboats
Please Note that this is a waterline hull model, meaning it will sit flat on any surface as the lower hull does not exist.
Part No: 05105
Item Name: Revell 1/700 HMS Duke Of York
Revell 1/700 Z38 Zerstorer 1936
The seven destroyers of the "Type 36 A (Mob)" class were built in 1940/41 and went into service with the German Navy until the summer of 1943. These ships with a length of 127 m were very large for a destroyer. They carried 150 mm guns and some were armed with fully automatic anti-aircraft guns. The "Z 38" was used, among other things, for guarding the Tirpitz.
• Water-line hull
• Deck with extensive superstructures
• 8 Torpedo tubes
• 4 x 150 mm guns
Represents 4 ships:
• Zerstörer Typ 1936 A (Mob), Z 33, Baltic Sea, 1943
• Zerstörer Typ 1936 A (Mob), Z 37, Baltic Sea, 1943
• Zerstörer Typ 1936 A (Mob), Z 38, Baltic Sea, 1945
• Zerstörer Typ 1936 A (Mob), Z 31, Baltic Sea, 1944
Part No: 05106
Item Name: Revell 1/700 Z38 Zerstorer 1936
Revell 1/350 Uss Iwo Jima
Fabrication work for Iwo Jima began at Ingalls shipyard on 3 September 1996, and the ship's keel was laid on 12 December 1997. She was launched on 4 February 2000. USS Iwo Jima was christened by her sponsor, Mrs. Zandra Krulak, wife of General Charles C. Krulak, the former Commandant of the Marine Corps, in Pascagoula, Mississippi on 25 March 2000.
The commissioning crew moved aboard in April 2001, and made the ship's maiden voyage on 23 June 2001, accompanied by more than 2,000 World War II veterans — many of them survivors of the Battle of Iwo Jima. She was commissioned a week later in Pensacola, Florida, on 30 June 2001.
Shortly thereafter, the ship and crew began an accelerated Inter Deployment Training Cycle, which tested virtually every system onboard in realistic combat conditions. Iwo Jima was also the first ship on the waterfront open to the public after the terrorist attacks of September 11.
Part No: 05109
Item Name: 1/350 Uss Iwo Jima
Revell 1/700 USS Indianapolis CA35
The USS heavy cruiser Indianapolis was a US navy warship of the Portland Class. She was used in the War in the Pacific against Japan. The Indianapolis, which a few days earlier had carried the atomic components for the atom bomb "Little Boy", designed to be dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, from the West Coast of the USA to Tinian Island (north of Guam), was torpedoed by Japanese submarine I-58 on 30th July 1945.
The ship quickly keeled over to the starboard side and sank within 12 minutes.
During the Second World War, the USS Indianapolis (CA-35) operated as the flagship of the US 5th Fleet in the Pacific. This vessel, which had been in service since 1932, was equipped with the latest fire control technology and rapid-fire anti-aircraft guns. She had a top speed of 33 knots. In July 1945 theIndianapolis, under strict secrecy, brought the components of the Hiroshima atomic bomb to the air force base on Tinian. On 30th July 1945, during the subsequent voyage to Leyte Island, the Indianapolis was sunk by 2 torpedoes froma Japanese submarine. The sinking received worldwide fame with the 1991 film "Mission of the Shark - the Saga of the USS Indianapolis".
Part No: 05111
Item Name: 1/700 USS Indianapolis CA35
Revell 1/72 Flower Class Corvette
The corvettes of the Flower Class will be associated for ever with the Battle of the North Atlantic, even though they were used in all theatres during the Second World War. Alongside other escort vessels they bore the main brunt of the battle against German submarines. These escort vessels derived from the cooperation between the Royal Navy and the Smiths Dock Company, who in 1938 had at their disposal a successful design for a commercial whaling ship called Southern Pride.
The main feature of this design was that it followed merchant shipping practice, could easily be built by many small shipyards and the engines could behandled by civil shipyards. 60 corvettes of the Flower Class had been ordered before war broke out and a further 81 by the end of 1940. The first ship was completed 5 and a half months later on 24.01.1940. All the others could be built within 23 days. After the decision had been taken to use the corvettes not just as coastal escorts but on the high seas, numerous alterations were needed. Thus the ships received a modified hull with a longer foreship giving them better thrust and overhang to protect them against the rough Atlantic seas. During the war the corvettes were equipped with other things such as radar, improved and more powerful anti-aircraft guns (Fla-MG or 20 mm Oerlikon guns), more depth charges and from the end of 1941 with "Hedgehog" anti-submarine weapons. During this period numerous alterations were also made to the bridge, in order to accommodate new electronic equipment and protections. In the meantime the Flower Class proved to be thoroughly seaworthy, so that it was used by almost all Allied navies (total 265). In the spring of 1942, when the German submarines transferred their sphere of operations to the American coast, the US Navy found itself obliged to make up its shortage of suitable escort vessels with British corvettes. 10 corvettes were given to America, with a further 8 from Canada.. Technical data: water displacement: 940 t / power plant: four-cylinder triple-expansion Scotch boilers/ power: 2,750 SHP/ speed: 16 kts / range: 4,000 miles at 12 kts / crew: 47 men.
Part No: 05112
Item Name: 1/72 Flower Class Corvette
Revell 1/32 USS Bon Homme Richard
The USS "Bon Homme Richard" was originally a merchantman with the French East India Company, which voyaged between Europe and Asia under the name "Duc de Duras". On 4th February 1779 King Louis XVI handed over the ship to the USA. John Paul Jones, henceforward the captain of the ship, had her converted into a frigate and named in honour of Benjamin Franklin's "Bon Homme Richard".
The flag ship of the Continental Navy achieved fame in the battle off Flamborough Head on 23rd September 1779. After a stubborn fight with the English "HMS Serapis", which had initial superiority, with a strategic manoeuvre, Jones succeeded in putting her out of action. Despite all efforts to save the "Bon Homme Richard" she sank. However Jones's victory caused the French crown to continue supporting the former British colony. Although it is assumed that the ship went down in about 30 metres of water off Flamborough Head (Yorkshire), the wreck has never been found.
Part No: 05113
Item Name: 1/32 USS Bon Homme Richard
Revell 1/72 German Submarine Type I
A total of 194 Type IX U-Boats designed for oceanic deployment entered service with the German Navy. Type IX-C U-Boats could operate at depths of up to 250 meters (750 ft) and were designed for an operational range of 13,450 nautical miles. The crew consisted of four officers and 44 men. The keel of U 505 was laid at the "Deutsche Werft" in Hamburg on 12 June 1940.
It entered service on 26 August 1941 under the command of Lieutenant Loewe. By the end of 1942 as lead U-Boat of the 2nd U-Boat Flotilla out of Lorient, it was successful in achieving eight "sinkings" from West Africa to the Caribbean. In the spring of 1943 within the scope of a modification program, U- 505 received a new Mk III Conning Tower with a larger "Winter-Garden". The upper deck was fitted out with two 2-cm twin Flak Cannon. The 3.7-cm Flak from the after-deck was installed on the lower platform. The 10.5-cm Naval Gun was removed. Increased Allied airborne surveillance and the use of anti-submarine groups with escort carriers however led to the capture of U-505 by the U.S. Navy on 4 June 1944 off the West coast of Africa. Since 2005 it has been exhibited at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago and is the only fully restored Type IX-C U-boat.
• New Mouldings
• Later Version with Mk III Conning Tower (Larger Winter-Garden)
• Highly Detailed Hull with Rivet and Weld Line Structure
• Imitation Flood Vents and Doors
• Faithfully reproduced Deck detail
• Bot Bow and Stern Torpedo Doors in the Open or Closed position
• Moveable Ruder Assembly in the Stern
• Detailed Propellers
• Moving Hydroplanes
• Retractable Periscope and Antennas
• Detailed Conning Tower Platforms
• Detailed upper Conning Tower Side-walls with Aerials, Compass and Hatch
• Separate Splash-guard on Upper Conning Tower Rim
• U-Boat Net deflection Antennae and Isolators
• Cord for the Antennae
• Detailed 2 cm Flak Twin Cannon & 3,7 cm Flak Gun
• Display Stands
• Authentic Decal Set and Flags for following two Versions:
• Submarine Type IX C, U 505, captured by the US Navy, Atlantic Ocean, June, 4th - June, 20th, 1944
- Submarine Type IX C, U 505, 2th U-Flotilla, Atlantic Ocean, March, 16th - June, 4th, 1944
Part No: 05114
Item Name: 1/72 German Submarine
Revell 1/144 U-Boat Typ IIB
The German Type II submarines were the first new designs completed for coastal service in the North Sea and the Baltic after the end of the First World War. The Type IIs had powerful engines, were very manoeuvrable and could dive within 25 seconds. After only four months in production a submarine was launched. By the end of 1936 the German submarine forces had over 24 available.
Referred to as the "canoe" due to the proverbial cramped conditions on board, some of the total of 50 submarines made were still in service in the Black Sea at the beginning of 1944. The German Navy training flotillas used this type until the war ended in 1945.
• Two conning tower variants
• Net cutter
• Hull with welds
• Imitation vents
• Authentic deck details
• Detailed screws and rudder
• Detailed 20 mm anti-aircraft gun
• Display stand
Decals for the following versions:
• U-Boot Typ IIB, U9, 1. U-Flottille, Kiel, 1939
• U-Boat Typ IIB, U20, 1. U-Flottille, Kiel, 1940
• U-Boot Typ IIB, U23, 1. U-Flottille, Kiel, 1939
5 8 48 56 57 69 77 89 90 92 374 382
Part No: 05115
Item Name: 1/144 U-Boat Typ IIB
Revell 1/700 H M S Tiger
The H.M.S. Tiger was in service with the Royal Navy as a helicopter cruiser until 1978. The origin of this ship dates back to the Second World War. She was laid down in 1941 as a light cruiser of the Minotaur Class. Construction was halted during the war and she was not launched until 1945. After the war ended the design was thoroughly reviewed so that she did not go into service until 1959.
Due to the increasing submarine threat during the cold war, H.M.S. Tiger was converted to a helicopter cruiser in 1968-72. A helicopter deck with hangar replaced the after cannon. This enabled 4 helicopters to be stationed on the ship.
Part No: 05116
Item Name: 1/700 H M S Tiger
Revell 1/350 USS New York Model Kit
The U.S.S. New York is a US Navy amphibious transport ship. It is one of the San Antonio Class designed according to the principles of stealth technology. The ships of this class are used for amphibious warfare and to transport US Marines, their vehicles and equipment. The ship therefore has three decks with about 2,300 m² of space for combat vehicles.
In addition to the basic crew of 360 men there is room for a further 700-800 marines. The landing craft, equipment and soldiers can be landed through the floodable well deck aft. In addition the ship has a large landing deck with hangar. However helicopters are not permanently carried, but can be temporarily stationed on board for individual missions. The special feature of the ship however is its name. After the terrorist attacks of 11th September 2001, the then governor of New York asked the then Secretary of the Navy to name a warship in the war against terror after the city of New York. This request was met; the U.S.S. New York was launched on 19th December 2007 and went into service on 7th November 2009. There were even 6.8 tonnes of steel from the ruins of the World Trade Center incorporated in the forepart.
• Includes photo-etched parts
• Metal anchor chain
• One-piece hull
• True-to-original screws and drive shafts
• Flight deck with filigree surface engravings
• True-to-original radar towers
• Well deck optionally open or closed
• True-to-original aircraft hangar and cargo space for vehicles
• Authentic armaments
• 2 LCAC hovercraft
• 1 LCU landing craft
• 2 Cobra AH-1W helicopters
• 2 CH-53E Sea Stallion helicopters
• 2 CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters
• 2 UH-1N Twin Huey helicopters
• 2 vertical take-off MUV-22A Osprey
• 2 AAV7
• Display stand with ship's name
• Extensive decals with markings for the ship, aircraft and landing craft
Part No: 05118
Item Name: Revell 1/350 USS New York Model
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