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1/1800 KM CA Prinz Eugen [1942] 3d printed Computer software render

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1/1800 KM CA Prinz Eugen [1942] 3d printed Computer software render
1/1800 KM CA Prinz Eugen [1942] 3d printed Computer software render

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1/1800 KM CA Prinz Eugen [1942]

Ships as soon as 7 days
3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Product Description

KM CA Prinz Eugen [early 1942]

  • improved upon the preceeding 2 Adm. Hipper class heavy cruisers, noteably the bow, armor layout amidships, aircraft handling facilities (and crane) and flatter forward superstructure face
  • part of Operation Rheinübung (1941) with battleship Bismarck in breaking out to the Atlantic Ocean, w/c lead to HMS Hood's sinking
  • in 1942 as part of Operation Cerberus with Scharnhorst and Gneisanau (+ escorts): the German fleet's (successful) attempt to return to Germany from occupied France (Brest), running past the British blockade in the English Channel
  • 1943-1944 operated as artillery support vs Russia in the Baltics
  • at Germany's surrender, Prinz Eugen was ceeded to the British, and then as war prize to the US. Assigned the hull number IX-300, the cruiser was used as a target ship for nuclear bomb testsücherützow_(1939)

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1-1800 DKM CA Prinz Eugen [1942]
11.54 x 1.27 x 1.73 cm
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