Trumpeter 05338 1/350 Russian Navy Tsesarevich Battleship 1904

Trumpeter 05338 1/350 Russian Navy Tsesarevich Battleship 1904



Tsesarevich" in May 1899 when the French Toulon shipyard began building. Huge battleship of the ship is built according to the latest ship standarddesign standard displacement of 12,912 tons, 20 coal-fired boilers, power 16 500-horsepower, maximum speed of about 18, equipped with the people rather shocking four door 304mm gun, all in all its beautiful appearance combined with a first-class firepower and protection is indeed one worthy of the crown prince of higher status warships.

1903 " Tsesarevich " was completed and joined the tsarist Russiaa Pacific Squadron as flagship.During the Russo-Japanese naval battle, "Crown Prince", hit the Japanese battleship "Mikasa". Subsequent damage forced open the back ofJiaozhouBay.

In 1914, the outbreak of World War I battle, Tsesarevich "take on the mainstay of the Russian Navy in theBaltic Sea. The main position on the more advanced"Petropavlovsk"alternative. Prince No. shipyard refurbishment to be bound by the command and then "Prince" has been used in theBaltic Seawith the German deal.

The interim government after the fall, it was incorporated into the Soviet Red Navy,the "Tsesarevich " is technically obsolete, it has not been fully restored, the Soviet government it does not take any, so this "lonely prince" has been alone quietly moored in the bay. 1925 out of the Red Navy active duty, then to be sold is split into small pieces melted down.

Item No05338
Item NameRussian Navy Tsesarevich Battleship 1904
Bar Code9580208053387
Item TypeStatic Kit
Model BriefLength338.6mmBeam66.4mm
Total Parts420+
Metal Partsanchor chain
Photo Etched Parts5 pcs
Film Partsn/a
Resin Partsn/a
Total Sprues10 sprues
Released Date2015-04
More FeaturesHull
-hull split into two parts
-Deck wood pattern finely rendered

-Contains display stand and engraved name plate

Photo-Etched parts
- Photo-Etched parts included




Brand Trumpeter

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