The second volume in a new series providing ship modellers with all they need to know about a famous class of warship and associated model kits. The five battleships of the King George V Class were the most modern to serve the Royal Navy in World War II; all rendered invaluable service in the war effort, and, indeed, the first two could be credited with influencing the very course of the conflict. Instrumental in the sinking of the battleship Bismarck, they bought about a fundamental shift in German naval policy, the emphasis moving away from heavy surface ships and towards the U-boat arm. With its unparalleled level of visual information- colour schemes, models, line drawings and photographs-it is simply the best reference for any model-maker setting out to build one these great battleships.
Format : A4
Pages number : 64
Pictures number : 112
Language : English
Color profiles : 4
ISBN : There is no information on the ISBN
Author : Roger Chesneau
Publishing : Shipcraft Modelling N°02
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