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Offline falo

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Re: Submarine Department of the IMM Hamburg
« Reply #15 on: 27 Mar , 2017, 07:27 »
Hi XL, hi Sg, hi Cap,

thank you all for your kind check back signal. This was a stimulus to look for more pictures, so here are a few latecomers.

The first batch shows a original german WW1 torpedo with inner workings. The torpedo was found near Helgoland (Northern Sea). During WW1 Helgoland was a UBoat base.



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Re: Submarine Department of the IMM Hamburg
« Reply #16 on: 27 Mar , 2017, 07:30 »
These two pictures are showing a scrachtbuilt of the „Nautilus“ as it appeared in the novel of Jules Verne. The modeler (Felix Lühning from Berlin) used the description of Verne to build the famous (fictional) submarine.

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Re: Submarine Department of the IMM Hamburg
« Reply #17 on: 27 Mar , 2017, 07:32 »
The first picture shows a diorama of the sunk japanese Battleship „Yamato“.

The second picture shows the „Novgorod“ a russian coastal ironclad. Scale is 1/100. The design and development  of the boat was restricted after Russia lost the crimea war, hence the fleet of the czar was not allowed to had Battleships in the Black Sea.

The last picture illustrates a german torpedo boat from WW1 (Scale: 1/100).

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falo