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This is a publication
with cardboard /paper/ model. It
a book format with the model's parts printed as well as in
colour as in black & white (interior parts), all that
require cutting out and glueing together to make a paper
model. Model has many detailed parts, some of them
quite small. Construction description in Polish. Below,
there are few sample pages: with construction drawings and
Publication year: 1993
paper colour change, no
influence on parts. Excellent condition !!! Scale 1:200.
You bid an old
edition of well known Maly Modelarz publication.
Publication size: 21 x 30
cm / 8,2 in
x 11,8 in
Pages with parts: 16
Pages with description and drawings: 6
Difficulty level: 4-5 (in scale 1-5)
Few words about the ship
was a German light cruiser of the Leipzig class named after the
city of Nuremberg. Some sources consider the Leipzig and Nürnberg
to be of separate, single ship, classes. After World War II,
Nürnberg was transferred to the Soviet Union and renamed Admiral
Makarov after the Russian admiral Stepan Makarov.
Nürnberg was 181.3 meters (595 ft) long overall and had a beam of
16.3 m (53 ft) and a maximum draft of 5.74 m (18.8 ft) forward.
She displaced 9,040 metric tons (8,900 long tons; 9,960 short
tons) at full combat load. Her propulsion system consisted of two
steam turbines and four of 7-cylinder two-stroke diesel engines.
Steam for the turbines was provided by six Marine-type
double-ended oil-fired boilers. The ship's propulsion system
provided a top speed of 32 kn (59 km/h; 37 mph) and a range of
approximately 3,900 nautical miles (7,200 km; 4,500 mi) at 10 kn
(19 km/h; 12 mph) using only the diesel engines. Nürnberg had a
crew of 25 officers and 648 enlisted men
The ship was armed with nine 15 cm SK C/25 guns mounted in three
triple gun turrets. One was located forward, and two were placed
in a superfiring pair aft, all on the centerline. They were
supplied with between 1,080 and 1,500 rounds of ammunition, for
between 120 and 166 shells per gun. The ship was also equipped
with eight 8.8 cm SK C/32 anti-aircraft guns, eight 3.7 cm SK C/30
anti-aircraft guns, and several 2 cm anti-aircraft guns, though
the number of the latter changed over her career. Nürnberg also
carried four triple torpedo tube mounts located amidships; they
were supplied with twenty-four 50 cm (20 in) torpedoes. She was
also capable of carrying 120 naval mines. The ship was protected
by an armored deck that was 30 mm (1.2 in) thick amidships and an
armored belt that was 50 mm (2.0 in) thick. The conning tower had
100 mm (3.9 in) thick sides.