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S-Boot Yue 22 (dt. C1) 1938 1/700

Chao Ho, Chinese Navy 1
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  Base type  Lürssen C1 (S2 / S30) class  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists as: (Germany): Lürssen 1932 S6 (as similar), Lürssen 1933 S7-13 (as similar), Lürssen Mob 1939 
  Kit manufacturer  Fairy Kikaku  
  Material  Resin  
  Origin country  Germany  
  Operator country  China For the class: Italy  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists as: Germany (Lürssen 1932 S6) (as similar), Germany (Lürssen 1933 S7-13) (as similar), Germany (Lürssen Mob 1939)  
  Build era  0 (not yet built)   
  Topics  Small combattants  (kleine Kampfboote:) E-Boats, MTB, Subchasers, River gunboat
(Schiff:) Navies
  Aera of use  Interwar WW2  (Wk2:) second world war
  Scale  1/700  
  TextEN  "Schnellboots", ordered in 1936-1937 to Fr. Lürssen (Vegesack) by central government of China for Yangtze in number of 10 boats. German designations were C1-10. Structurally they repeated German S2 with composite hull. Actually prior to beginning of Japanese-Chinese war only Kuai 101-103 (C1-3) were completed.
Building of C4-10 really did not start. The contract was ultimately cancelled by German party in August, 1939, and prepared materials were used for building of German MTBs S30-37.
岳22 Yue 22; 岳253 Yue 253, 1945- 快速船數量101 Kuai 101, 1949- 海興 Haixin; 岳371 Yue 371, 1945- 快速船數量102 Kuai 102
9/1939 - 1945 Yue253 and 371 were named 市场 Shichang, 高兴 Gaoxing 
  BaseVehicle  Ship  
  Part of Chinese Navy 1
Referenced itself or via the class in Operation Weserübung 8.4.40-8.6.40 Several Baltic Battles 1941-1945 Operation Beowulf, Moon, Ösel (Saaremaa), Dagö, 8.9.-21.10.1941 Operation Cerberus, the Channel Dash, 12.2.1942 Operation Harpoon, Vigorous 12.-16.6.1942 Operation Pedestal 3.-15.8.1942

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