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Chung Shan / Yung Feng

Chung Shan / Yung Feng


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  Modell  Chung Shan / Yung Feng 
  Basistyp  Yongfeng class  
  Kithersteller  BigBlueBoy  
  Material  Resin  
  Herstellerland  Japan China  
  Betreiberland  China Für die Klasse: Japan  
  Gebaut  23.8.2017   
  Themen  Zerstörer Interwar Wk2 Afterwar  (Zerstörer:) Zerstörer, Torpedoboote, Flottenbegleiter, große Geleitschiffe
(Schiff:) http://uboat.net/allies/
(Schiff:) Geschichte chinesische Marine http://rwhiston.wordpress.com/2010/03/18/2/ und folgende; C2.Chin-Jap Krieg: http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=101&t=75151
(Schiff:) http://www.navypedia.org
(Schiff:) Navies
  Scale  1/700  
  TextDE  Yung Feng built in Japan for China 1913 ; 1925 Chung Shan 1997 restauration, museum
Yongxiang built in Japan for China, captured 1937, as Haixiang to Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China in 1942 as a training ship 1945 back as Yongxiang till 1959
Yongjian built in China, 1937 sunk, captured and raised by Japan as Asuka torpedo-boat mothership, then liaison ship, 1945 sunk by air raid.
Yongji built by China, finished 1918, captured 1938 by Japan and to Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China as a training ship Haixing 1945 back as Yongji, 1949 Yan'an till 1970. 
  BaseVehicle  Schiff  
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Modell: Zhongshan ex Yung Feng / IJN AsukaChinese Navy 3, Ning Hai 1937, Zhongshan ex Yung Feng / IJN Asuka  Text: Yung Feng built in Japan for China 1913 ; 1925 Chung Shan 1997 restauration, museum
Yongxiang built in Japan for China, captured 1937, as Haixiang to Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China in 1942 as a training ship 1945 back as Yongxiang till 1959
Yongjian built in China, 1937 sunk, captured and raised by Japan as Asuka torpedo-boat mothership, then liaison ship, 1945 sunk by air raid.
Yongji built by China, finished 1918, captured 1938 by Japan and to Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China as a training ship Haixing 1945 back as Yongji, 1949 Yan'an till 1970.

Die Zhongshan-Modelle basieren auf den beiden in Japan für die Chinesen gebauten Yongfeng-Schiffen, während die beiden später in China selbst gebauten Yongfengs das Poop-deck um eine Etage erhöht hatten., Text: Yung Feng built in Japan for China 1913 ; 1925 Chung Shan 1997 restauration, museum
Yongxiang built in Japan for China, captured 1937, as Haixiang to Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China in 1942 as a training ship 1945 back as Yongxiang till 1959
Yongjian built in China, 1937 sunk, captured and raised by Japan as Asuka torpedo-boat mothership, then liaison ship, 1945 sunk by air raid.
Yongji built by China, finished 1918, captured 1938 by Japan and to Reorganized National Government of the Republic of China as a training ship Haixing 1945 back as Yongji, 1949 Yan'an till 1970.

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