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Bremen Class Light Cruiser (Germany) 3d printed

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Bremen Class Light Cruiser (Germany) 3d printed
Bremen Class Light Cruiser (Germany) 3d printed

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Bremen Class Light Cruiser (Germany)

$2.55
3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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The Bremen class was a group of seven light cruisers built for the Imperial German Navy in the early 1900s. The seven ships, BremenHamburgBerlinLübeckMünchenLeipzig, and Danzig, were an improvement upon the previous Gazelle class. They were significantly larger than the earlier class, and were faster and better armored. Like the Gazelles, they were armed with a main battery of ten 10.5 cm SK L/40 guns and a pair of torpedo tubes.

The ships of the Bremen class served in a variety of roles, from overseas cruiser to fleet scout to training ship. Bremen and Leipzig were deployed to the American and Asian stations, respectively, while the other five ships remained in German waters with the High Seas Fleet. At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, Leipzig was in the Pacific Ocean in the East Asia Squadron; she saw action at the Battle of Coronel in November and was sunk a month later at the Battle of the Falkland IslandsBremen was sunk by a Russian mine in December 1915, but the other five ships of the class survived the war.

Three of the surviving ships, LübeckMünchen, and Danzig, were seized by Britain as war prizes after the end of the war and sold for scrapping. The other two ships, Hamburg and Berlin, were used as training cruisers through the 1920s. They were converted into barracks ships in the mid-1930s, a role they filled for a decade; in 1944, Hamburg was sunk by British bombers and later broken up for scrap, while Berlin was scuttled in deep water after the end of World War II to dispose of a load of chemical weapons.

      
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bremen-v2-print (repaired)
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