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HMS Ibis 1/700

HMS Ibis
Box art HMS Ibis


  Base type  Black Swan  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists as: (Egypt): Black Swan (Wild Goose) class, (India): Cygnet class (Black Swan mod), (Pakistan): Sutlej class (modified Bittern=Black Swan), (GB): Mod. Black Swan class 
  Kit manufacturer  Ajm Models  
  Material  Resin  
  Origin country  GB  
  Operator country  GB For the class: Egypt India Pakistan  
  Build era  0 (not yet built)   
  Topics  Destroyer  (Ship:) http://uboat.net/allies/
(Ship:) http://www.naval-history.net/index.htm , http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyBritishShips-Dittmar3WarshipsA.htm
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Parent category: Ship
  Aera of use  For the class: time(1939-2003)  
  Scale  1/700  
  BaseVehicle  Ship  
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Model: Hipper F214 1959
Hipper F214 1959  class=Black Swan|Klasse 138
Model: HMS Starling
HMS Starling 
Model: Scharnhorst F213 1960
Scharnhorst F213 1960  class=Black Swan|Klasse 138
Referenced itself or via the class in Operation Weserübung 8.4.40-8.6.40 Tirpitz, 1940-1944 Battle for Crete 14.-31.5.1941 Dutch East Indies: Invasion on Sumatra, 6.2.-17.2.1942 (Operation L, Palembang) Dutch East Indies: Invasion on Java, 25.2.-9.3.1942 Operation Torch, 8.-12.11.1942 Operation Husky, Landing on Sicily 9.7.-17.8.1943 British Pacific Fleet 22.11.44-1945 Malayan Emergency (Anti-British National Liberation War) 1948-1960 Amethyst Incident / Yangtze Incident, 20.4.-30.7.1949 Korea War 1950-1953 Suez Crisis 29.10.-7.11.1956 Invasion/Liberation of Goa 17-19.12.1961, 18.12. Battle at Mormugão harbour

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