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HMS Belfast Model Ships

HMS Belfast 1/350 built right out of the Box.
List Price $109.95 DC222A -
Our Super discount price $87.00

 
Royal Navy Edinburgh class light cruiser HMS Belfast appeared in WW2.
 
A new 1/350 mold.  520 parts.
 
Stand and carrier-based aircraft is attached.
 
Hull is Full hull or waterline. Photo-etching,  decals included.
 

"Belfast" No. ( HMS Belfast ) is a British Royal Navy cruiser "Edinburgh" class light cruisers, who served in World War II,
now moored on the River Thames in London near Tower Bridge as a museum for visitors, is the Imperial War Museum jurisdiction.

"Belfast" was in 1936 was started in 1938 was launched, a displacement of 13,175 tons, each with two triple mounted fore and aft main gun turrets,
equip 12 door 6 inches ( 152 mm) caliber guns, built by the Royal Navy largest light cruisers. Ship glorious victory in World War II,
participated in the sinking of the German battle cruiser including (or light battleship) "Scharnhorst" was the battle as well as tungsten action,

Neptune actions and zipper action (not running). In the final stages of the war in Europe, without the knowledge of the ship in the North Sea was a German XXI submarine found, fortunately submarine captain because of the war coming to an end and no attack.

The ship also participated in the Korean War, United Nations forces ashore with guns to provide fire support.

1963 Year ship retired from the 1971 Battle of Trafalgar anniversary year begins in London Tower Bridge
upstream pool Symon's dock open to the public to visit. Is the UK's second ship name of the state preserved warships.

 

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