Excellent sculpt of the ship that started World War Two!
At the Polish port of Danzig at Westerplatte in September, 1939, the Schleswig Holstein German Battleship was the first weapon to fire its guns in anger and launch World War Two! After Westerplatte, she fired salvos at other targets along the coast of Poland. Schleswig Holstein was retired and used as a training vessel thereafter. Late in the war, when Germany was losing to the Allies, she was scheduled for refit with more advanced weaponry but was sunk by RAF fighters. What if she was never sunk? Now you can find out with this terrific sculpt.
Reviewed by: Chuck Shaw from Mount Carmel, Illinois.