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IJA Kibitsu Maru Landing Craft Depot Ship 1/1800

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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases incredibly fine and intricate details.
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In WW II the Imperial Japanese Army operated a small Fleet of own ships for army landing operations. One of them was the Landing Craft Depot Ship Kibitsu Maru. The name supplement Maru indicates, that this vessel was not operated byx the imperial Japanese Navy. The ships of the Kibitsu Maru Class were converted standard type 1A freighters. Up to twenties Daihatsu 14m Landing craft could be loaded and launched via a gate at the stern. All of the ships of the class have had a different appearence, the Settsu mary was fitted with a twin side by side funnel and the arangement of the AA-Platforms are not the same as on the Kibitsu or hyuga Maru. The Kibitsu Maru was mined in 1945 and sunk near Kobe.
Im WW II betrieb die Kaiserlich Japanische Armee eine eigene kleine Flotte von Schiffen um unter anderem eigene Landungsoperationen durchführen zu können. Zu diesen Schiffen gehörten die Landungboot-Depot Schiffe der Kibitsu Maru Klasse. Der Namenszusatz Maru kennzeichnete Schiffe, die nicht zur kaiserlich japanische Marine gehörten. Die Schiffe der Kibitsu Maru Klasse waren umgebaute Standard Typ A1 Frachter. Es konnten bis zu zwanzig 14m Daihatsu Landungsboote mitgeführt und über eine Heckklappe zu Wasser gelassen werden. Keines der Schwesterschiffe waren baugleich, so wies die Settsu Maru einen Doppelschornstein nebeneinander auf und auch die Anordnung der Flakplattforen war auf allen Schieffen unterschiedlich. Die Kibitsu Maru wurde im Jahre 1945 durch Minen vor dem Hafen von Kobe versenkt.

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Kibitsu Maru 1800 V1
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8.47 x 1.79 x 2.78 cm
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