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Re: Paper models, 1965
I am not joking, John. In the US in the early/mid 1960s it was ridiculously hard to find a photo of the Repulse unless you could find a pre-1941 “Jane’s”. I discovered that “Illustrated London News” publication in the university library. The huge photos of Repulse plus the cutaway drawing delighted me. I intended to photocopy the publication, but one day it was gone, and it was forever. I was very unhappy.
Here is the Maly Modelarz 1:200 HMS Dreadnought done by a paper expert. Maly is a Polish company. There is a line of extraordinary 1:300 scale ships made by Fantom if you do not have room for 1:200. HMS Repulse 1941, HMS Malaya 1943, HMS Suffolk 1941, HMS Good Hope 1914, and Suzuya 1944. https://papermodels.pl/thread-11275.html http://www.fantom-model.pl/index.php?spec=modele
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