WW1 Imperial German Navy

Imperial Germany's High Seas fleet. Potent and well-commanded challengers to the Royal Navy. Thwarted by the global reach of the British empire and growing United States military power, making their final stand with the scuttling of the ships at Scapa Flow, preventing them from falling into the hands of foreign powers.
The Royal Navy returned to the Flow in time to beach Baden. She was re-floated and was used for trials. It was found that the armour was not of better quality and that the 15" guns were not as powerful as the British equivalent. Subdivision and pumping capacity were better than British designed ships and lessons learnt were applied in the design of Rodney & Nelson.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German battlecruiser Hindenburg, a Derfflinger class battlecruiser of the German navy in WW1. Hindenburg saw little action, having entered service after the battle of Jutland but she was interned in Scapa Flow and scuttled in 1919. Although she settled in shallow water that did not allow her to capsize and her decks were awash at low tide, she proved most difficult to salvage because she was top heavy and tried to capsize as she was refloated.  Eventually, after removing most of the superstructure, Cox succeeded in refloating her and she was towed upright to Rosyth for scrapping.
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She was completed only three months before she was sunk at the Battle of Jutland.
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A 1/1250 metal scale model of Derfflinger, the last of the famous Blohm & Voss WW1 battlecruisers to be completed (1914).
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After being hit by 21 heavy shells at the Battle of Jutland, "Derfflinger" was re-fitted with a wide-based tripod mast giving her an even more purposeful appearance!
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of Seydlitz, German battlecruiser in 1913 by Navis Neptun 25N.

Flagship of the Scouting Group at the start of WW1, she was heavily damaged at the battles of Dogger Bank and Jutland but survived to be scuttled in Scapa Flow in 1919. Seydlitz displaced 23707 tons and carried a main armament of 10 x11" guns on a hull length of 656' and a beam of 93'.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of SMS Moltke in WW1 by Navis Neptun 26AN.

A sister ship to Goeben, she was present at most of the North Sea actions involving battlecruisers. Interned at Scapa Flow in 1918, she was scuttled in 1919.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the Goeben in 1912 by Navis Neptun 26N.

The German battlecruiser Goeben was bottled up in the Mediterranean at the outbreak of WW1, she escaped to Turkey with the cruiser Breslau and continued to harry allied shipping until the end of the war. In 1918, she was officially sold to Turkey as "Yavuz" and survived until long after WW2, the very last battlecruiser in the world to be scrapped.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of SMS Von der Tann in 1910 by Navis Neptun 27N.

Von der Tann, the first German battlecruiser, was far superior to the Invincibles. At Jutland all the main guns were knocked out but she kept her place in the line & got home safely.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of the German battleship, Konig, that led the van of the High Seas Fleet at the Battle of Jutland and, as lead ship, suffered considerable damage when the Grand Fleet "crossed the T" of the German battle line twice. she arrived home safely after the battle and was repaired only to be scuttled In 1919 in Scapa Flow, Konig's wreck is still there.

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A 1/1250 scale metal model of SMS Blucher. Sunk at the Battle of Dogger Bank because, without steam turbines, she was the slowest ship present and was left behind to be overwhelmed at close range by the British Battlecruisers whilst Admiral Hipper made his escape with the battlecruisers of the First Scoutin Group..
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One of two sisterships being built in Germany for Russia and taken over by the German navy on the outbreak of war. Elbing was sunk but Pillau survived the war and was transferred to Italy as Bari and was still in service when Italy entered WW2. All three versions have been modelled by Navis Neptun.
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U151 a 1917 German submarine modelled in metal in 1/1250 scale by Navis Neptun.
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Phoenicia/Kronstadt as a German depot ship around the end of the first world war.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of SMS Gefion a German light cruiser of 1894 by Spidernavy SN 0-13.
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A 1/1250 scale model of the German steam yacht turned gunboat Loreley 1896-1918 by Spidernavy SN 0-14.
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of SMS Planet in 1914 in East Asia by Spidernavy SN 0-24a. At this time the survey ship had been re-painted into light grey (for a version in East Asia livery see SN 0-24). When war was declared in September, she was in the North Pacific Islands and she was scuttled to avoid capture by the Japanese Navy.
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A 1/1250 scale model in metal of the last German battlecruiser design of WW1. Based on the Mackenson class but with 15" guns and the funnels trunked together, the intention was to counter the British "Admiral" class, of which HMS Hood was the only one completed. Although the design staff continued to tweak the design into 1918, there was no realistic possibility of the ships being built and no names were allocated (Ersatz Yorck meaning replacement for the armoured cruiser SMS Yorck).
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Although none of the class were ever completed, Mackensen herself was launched and moored next to the incomplete Greek Battlecruiser, Salamis. Eventually both were scrapped.
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Served in the High Seas Fleet throughout the war but re-named "Kronprinz Wilhelm" in January 1918. Scuttled in Scapa Flow, the wreck was salvaged and broken up in 1962!
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A 1/1250 scale metal model of Scharnhorst, flagship of the East Asiatic Squadron in 1914 by Navis Neptun 31N.

With sistership Gneisenau, she overwhelmed the British Armoured Cruisers at the Battle of Coronel but was crushed by the British Battlecruisers at the Falklands a few weeks later.
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After WW1, one of her sisterships was converted to a cargo ship, "Flora Sommerfield"!
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