Kuma Japanischer leichter Kreuzer - Waterline
not build or painted
Jap. Kuma light cruiser WL
A cannon principle for large warships with battleships as the main role in naval battles. Based on this idea, the Japanese Navy planned to create the world's most powerful fleet, the Eight-Eight Fleet, which focused on eight battleships and eight battle cruisers. The standing model is therefore a replica of the light Japanese cruiser named Kuma. The model is depicted from 1945 to 1945 with a rounded bow, three upright chimneys, a simple bridge and a 14 cm single cannon, which is said to be typical of Japanese light cruisers of the Taisho era. The shape of the hull such as the demagnetization circuit of the connection and the anchor chain are also shown in great detail.
Scale: 1: 700
Length of the model: 230 mm