--This is the first ship of the Italian Navy's super-dreadnought Caio Duilio class, which was completed in 1915 during World War I.
――Although it has inherited the design of the previous Conte di Cavour-class battleship, it was completed as a high-performance battleship by improving the defects of Kabul.
――The Italian Navy, which saw neighboring countries trying to strengthen its naval power after the end of World War I, decided to refurbish the ship on a large scale and was recommissioned in 1940 immediately after the start of World War II.
――After that, he survived the war while suffering from air raids and fuel shortages of the Allied Forces, and was commissioned again as the flagship of the new Italian Navy after the war, and participated in joint exercises of the NATO army. In 1956, it closed its strange fate as scrap.
――This model reproduces the appearance of 1941 when it crossed the Royal Navy in the Mediterranean after a major renovation.
――The main parts such as the hull are made of resin, which makes it easy to assemble and reproduces precise details.
――The parts that require a sense of precision, such as handrails and derrick posts, are etched parts, and the barrel of the main gun, which requires precision, is a luxurious kit made of brass.
--Please add the Italian Navy battleship Andrea Doria regenerated as a high quality hybrid kit to your collection.
――You can choose either full hull or water line for the hull.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )