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HMS Snowberry K166 (1943) BaseVehicle: Ship , base type: Flower Class , built: 9.9.2015 , operator country: GB ..., origin country: GB , Material: Resin , kit manufacturer: HP Models , Scale: 1/700 , topics: Destroyer , aera of use: WW2 afterwar
HMS Snowberry K166 (1943), Sinking Cargo Freighter HMS Snowberry K166 (1943), Sinking Cargo Freighter HMS Snowberry K166 (1943), Sinking Cargo Freighter HMS Snowberry K166 (1943), Sinking Cargo Freighter HMS Atherstone L05 (1942), HMS Snowberry K166 (1943) HMS Snowberry K166 (1943) HMS Snowberry K166 (1943) Comparison German MZ-1 and UK Flower class
HMCS Forest Hill K348 ex HMS Ceamothus BaseVehicle: Ship , base type: Flower Class , build era: 0 (not yet built) , operator country: Canada ..., origin country: GB , Material: Resin , kit manufacturer: HP Models , Scale: 1/700 , topics: Destroyer , aera of use: WW2 afterwar
HMCS Forest Hill K348 ex HMS Ceamothus
PA-2 ex Hallebarde   BaseVehicle: Ship , base type: Flower Class , build era: 0 (not yet built) , operator country: Germany ..., origin country: France Germany ..., Material: Resin , kit manufacturer: PTDockyard , Scale: 1/600 , topics: Destroyer , aera of use: WW2
PA-2 ex Hallebarde
HMCS Arrowhead K145  BaseVehicle: Ship , base type: Flower Class , build era: 0 (not yet built) , operator country: Canada ..., origin country: Canada , kit manufacturer: Aoshima , Scale: 1/700 , topics: Destroyer , aera of use: WW2 afterwar
HMS Exeter Atlantic Fleet Convoy Strategy (Limited)
HMCS Snowberry K166  BaseVehicle: Ship , base type: Flower Class , build era: 0 (not yet built) , operator country: Canada ..., origin country: Canada , kit manufacturer: Aoshima , Scale: 1/700 , topics: Destroyer , aera of use: WW2 afterwar
HMS Exeter Atlantic Fleet Convoy Strategy (Limited)


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