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Emden was the first new warship built in Germany after World War One. Her design followed that of German World War One-era cruisers, with her 5.9-inch guns in individual mounts rather than turrets. She served primarily as a training vessel and was the first German warship to be damaged in World War Two, hit by a Bristol Blenheim that was shot down and crashed into the ship. Emden took part in the invasion of Norway and thereafter spent her war in the Baltic. She was seriously damaged in an air strike on Kiel on 10 April 1945. Declared beyond hope of repair Emden was beached, decommissioned and scuttled on 3 May 1945.
Contains one resin/metal ship with ship card.
Models supplied unassembled and unpainted