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Allied and Axis nations alike pressed cargo liners and other ships into service as auxiliary warships. In particular, the British organised regular patrols by armed merchant cruisers and Q-ships (merchants with concealed weapons) aimed at intercepting and capturing blockade runners, while Germany operated a number of highly successful commerce raiders such as the Stier and Kormoran (the latter was credited with sinking HMAS Sydney).
Contains two resin/metal ships with ship cards.
Models supplied unassembled and unpainted