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SMS Tb 80T kuk / rum. Vijelia 1/700

SMS Tb 80T kuk / rum. Vijelia

Content SMS Tb 80T kuk / rum. Vijelia


  Model  SMS Tb 80T kuk / rum. Vijelia 
  Base type  74T class  
  Kit manufacturer  Fpmodel Shapeways  (Shapeways:) http://www.shapeways.com
  Material  3D-Print  
  Origin country  Austria-Hungary  
  Foreign user  Austria-Hungary Romania For the class: Yugoslavia Italy Germany SU  
  Build era  0 (not yet built)   
  Topics  Destroyer WWI Interwar For the class: WW2  (Zerstörer:) 3D-Images in http://www.italiandestroyers.com
(Schiff:) http://www.navypedia.org
(Schiff:) Navies
(Wk2:) second world war
  Scale  1/700  
  BaseVehicle  Ship  
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Model: TA48 ex kuk 78T
TA48 ex kuk 78T  GE48 TA48 Ex-Yugoslav TB. 1944 German version of WW1 era 250 ton TB
History: Former Austro-Hungarian torpedo boats 78T and 96F of "250-ton" type. In 1920 they became Yugoslavian T3 and T7 and in 1941 were captured by Italians and entered their service under former numbers. T7 8/9/1943 was captured by German troops at Gruz, 11/9/1943 renamed TA34, 8/2/1944 transferred to Croatian Navy as T7. She was sunk 24/6/1944 by British MGB659, 662 and 670 at Murter Island. T3 was captured by German troops at Fiume 16/9/1943 and commissioned 16/10/1943 as TA48. From August till December, 1944 she served under Croatian flag as T3, stored mainly Croatian crew later. TA48 was sunk by Allied aircraft at Trieste 20/2/1945.(213)
Equipment and armament changed several times, beginning with the Yugosl. service documents are not complete. Dr.Z.Freivogel did several different presentations e.g. in Marine-Arsenal 40 "Kriegsmarine in der Adria" (as TA48 with part of original torpedo tubes) and Marine-Arsenal 46 "Beute-Zerstörer (completely without torpedos). My model is based on the latest presentaion in Marine-Arsenal 46.

The PT Dockyard provides several very nice kits of these boats in scale 1/600. Highly recommended!

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References

References(213) http://www.navypedia.org/ships/germany/ger_tb_ta34.htm


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