Warship Scharnhorst

Author: Roland Vlahović
Class: C6
Type: Warship
Name: Scharnhorst
Category: Senior
Scale: 1:350
Width: 200 mm
Height: 300 mm

The Scharnhorst was a German battleship, the leading ship of its class, which in addition to it was the battleship Gneisenau. The ship was built at the KriegsmarineWerft shipyard in Wilhelmshaven, the keel was laid on June 15, 1935. The equipment was completed in 1939, and the ship’s main weapon was 3 cannon turrets with three barrels with a diameter of 280 mm. At the beginning of World War II, Scharnhorst operated on the Atlantic Ocean against British merchant convoys, and in 1940, together with the ship Gneisenau, took part in the German invasion of Norway when they sank the British stock carrier HMS Glorious and his entourage 2