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USS Arizona Battleship (1:426) - EN/DE/FR/NL/ES/IT

USS Arizona Battleship (1:426) - EN/DE/FR/NL/ES/IT
Brand: Revell
Product Code: 10302
EAN: 31445003028
Category: Revell
License: Revell
Product Type: Toys
Release Date: May 2021 (Subject to change)
Note: Release date is approximate and will be finalized later.
Order Deadline: The deadline has passed and we might not be able to fulfill your preorder after this point.

Arizona was attacked on December 7, 1941, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor of Nakajima B5N bombers and a symbol of American humiliation. Scale 1/426. 133 parts. 43,2 cm length. Suitable from 12 years.

On the morning of December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was quiet and sunny. The Arizona, just back from Fleet maneuvers, was tied up in "Battleship Row" along Ford Island. Most of the crew was at breakfast. Gunfire and the sound of bombs broke the quiet, and rushing to the deck, the sailors met a full attack underway. In a frightening, terrible instant, the Arizona took a torpedo in her port side, a large bomb "amidships", and an armor piercing bomb in the forecastle. Eleven-hundred seamen lost their lives. As a remembrance to the men of the Arizona, a simple memorial and flagpole were erected over the ship. - 12 Elevating 14" Cannon in 4 Rotating Turrets - Full Light Armament: Including 5" & 1.1" AA guns and 10.5" Turret Cannon - Finely engraved planking & plate detail - Complete deck fittings: including searchlights, motor launches & whaleboats, rangefinders, ladders, cranes and tripod masts with observation nests - Fixations complètes de pont: Incluant les projecteurs, chaloupes à moteur et baleinières, télémètres, échelles, grues et trépieds de mâts avec des postes dÈobservation - 2 catapults with Vought 0 2U biplanes - Decals for ship & float planes - Full color flag sheet - Display stands - Detailed superstructure

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