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Borodino Class Battlecruiser (Russia) 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
Borodino Class Battlecruiser (Russia) 3d printed
Borodino Class Battlecruiser (Russia) 3d printed

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Borodino Class Battlecruiser (Russia)

3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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Product Description
The Borodino-class battlecruisers were a group of four battlecruisers ordered by the Imperial Russian Navy before World War I. Also referred to as the Izmail class, they were laid down in late 1912 at Saint Petersburg for service with the Baltic Fleet. Construction of the ships was delayed by a lack of capacity among domestic factories and the need to order some components from abroad. The start of World War I slowed their construction still further, as the imported components were often not delivered and domestic production was diverted into areas more immediately useful for the war effort.

Three of the four ships were launched in 1915 and the fourth in 1916. Work on the gun turrets lagged, and it became evident that Russian industry would not be able to complete the ships during the war. The Russian Revolution of 1917 halted all work on the ships, which was never resumed. Although some consideration was given to finishing the hulls that were nearest to completion, they were all eventually sold for scrap by the Soviet Union. The Soviet Navy proposed to convert Izmail, the ship closest to completion, to an aircraft carrier in 1925, but the plan was cancelled after political manoeuvring by the Red Army led to funding not being available.

What's in the box:
borodino-v2-print (repaired)
0.78 x 6.2 x 0.95 cm
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0.31 x 2.44 x 0.37 inches
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