Comparatively small and ungainly when set against earlier submarine types, the XXIII submarines were nevertheless revolutionary. They were some of the first submarines ever designed to operate primarily underwater, a capability they achieved with a massive 67-cell battery and a snorkel for the diesel engines. Sixty-one were completed shortly before the end of the war and a U-2336 sank the last Allied ships in the European theater of operations.
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Skill Level: 2
- Painting and assembly required
- 1 sprue
- Molded in grey
- One decal sheet
- Paint schemes and decals for the following versions:
- U-2322, April 1945
- N-31, Soviet Navy, 1947
- Hai, Bundesmarine, 1957
- Easy assembly
- Illustrated instructions and paint guide