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Axis & Allies War at Sea - Friedrich der Grosse

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General Type Ship
Unit Type Battleship
Cost 70
Set Set V
Manufacturer Hasbro
Country Germany
Available 1943
Set ID 22
Rarity R
Class Name H-Class Battleship
Class Size 1
Class Limit 1
Armor 9
Vital 17
Hull Points 6
Speed 2.000
Primary 16/16/15/14
Secondary 7/7/6/5
Tertiary 5/5/4/-
AA 9/0/-/-
Special Ability Flagship 1
Special Ability Extended Range 5
Special Ability Torpedo Defense 1
Bad Item ID Model Artist: Danaussie

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Class/Manufacturer History: The H class was a series of battleship designs for Nazi Germany‘s Kriegsmarine, intended to fulfill the requirements of Plan Z in the late 1930s and early 1940s. The first variation, "H-39," called for six ships to be built, essentially as enlarged Bismarck-class battleships with 40.6 cm (16.0 in) guns. The "H-41" design improved the "H-39" ship with still larger main guns, with eight 42 cm (17 in) weapons. Two subsequent plans, "H-42" and "H-43", increased the main battery yet again, with 48 cm (19 in) pieces, and the enormous "H-44" design ultimately resulted with 50.8 cm (20.0 in) guns. The ships ranged in size from the "H-39", which was 277.8 m (911 ft 5 in) long on a displacement of 56,444 t (55,553 long tons), to the "H-44", at 345 m (1,131 ft 11 in) on a displacement of 131,000 t (129,000 long tons). Most of the designs had a top speed in excess of 30 knots (56 km/h).

Due to the outbreak of World War II in September 1939, none of the ships were ever built; only the first two of the "H-39" ships were laid down. What work that had been accomplished was halted; the assembled steel remained on the slipway until November 1941, when the Oberkommando der Marine ordered it be scrapped for other purposes. Contracts for the other four "H-39" type ships had been awarded, but no work was begun on any of them before they were canceled. None of the subsequent designs progressed further than planning stages.


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