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Trumpeter 1/350 German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper 1941 with PE Parts 05317
Trumpeter 1/350 German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper 1941 with PE Parts 05317
Trumpeter 1/350 German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper 1941 with PE Parts 05317
Trumpeter 1/350 German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper 1941 with PE Parts 05317

The Admiral Hipper was launched on February 6, 1937 and served on April 29, 1939. She is the first ship of the Hippel class. She participated in the invasion of Norway and then attacked the cargo ship on the Atlantic Ocean based on the port of Brest. On February 28, 1941, she returned to Kiel Port via the Danish Strait. Modifications are made there to increase the amount of fuel carried to increase its endurance. In the New Year of 1942, she participated in an attack on the JW-51B fleet, sinking a minesweeper and a destroyer. But the attack was not successful, and the Hippel was also hit. She then returned to Wilhelmshaven and retired for active repairs. It was not until January 1945 that the repair work was not completed, and the Hippel was rushed to serve again, carrying out the task of transporting refugees and wounded soldiers from the Eastern Front. The Hippel sank in Port Kiel on March 2, 1945.

German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper No. 1941

Product Scale 1:350

Product Type Static Warship

Model Size Length: 531.43mm Beam: 61.55mm

Total Parts 402pcs

Metal Parts n/a

Etched Parts 2PCS

Film Film n/a

resin parts n/a

total number of plates 14 sprues, upper hull, lower hull, water line plate, deck, and stand

Plastic model kit. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

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Trumpeter 1/350 German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper 1941 with PE Parts 05317

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The Admiral Hipper was launched on February 6, 1937 and served on April 29, 1939. She is the first ship of the Hippel class. She participated in the invasion of Norway and then attacked the cargo ship on the Atlantic Ocean based on the port of Brest. On February 28, 1941, she returned to Kiel Port via the Danish Strait. Modifications are made there to increase the amount of fuel carried to increase its endurance. In the New Year of 1942, she participated in an attack on the JW-51B fleet, sinking a minesweeper and a destroyer. But the attack was not successful, and the Hippel was also hit. She then returned to Wilhelmshaven and retired for active repairs. It was not until January 1945 that the repair work was not completed, and the Hippel was rushed to serve again, carrying out the task of transporting refugees and wounded soldiers from the Eastern Front. The Hippel sank in Port Kiel on March 2, 1945.

German Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper No. 1941

Product Scale 1:350

Product Type Static Warship

Model Size Length: 531.43mm Beam: 61.55mm

Total Parts 402pcs

Metal Parts n/a

Etched Parts 2PCS

Film Film n/a

resin parts n/a

total number of plates 14 sprues, upper hull, lower hull, water line plate, deck, and stand

Plastic model kit. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

We are not responsible for any taxes, duty, VAT, customs or other fees on the receiver’s end.

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