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German battleship Tirpitz, scale 1:200
About this creation
I will present my version of the german battleship Tirpitz. It's 1,25 metres long, 18 cm wide and 33 cm high. It took me half a year to build it. The Lady has motorized gun turrents and guns which can fire water.

The Tirpitz, also known as "The lonely queen of the north" is the biggest battleship ever build in europe and the sister ship from the Bismark. She was sent to norway to attack allied convoys. After many attacks from the allies she was sunk in November 1944

More Photographs on flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/130301174@N08/albums/72157661595704145

















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 I like it 
  October 22, 2016
Nice work! Your Tirpitz is amazing. Keep them coming!
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  March 4, 2016
Quoting Alex Charbonneau Very nice! It's immediately recognizable as a Bismark class. I'm very impressed to see it not only floats, but fires water and has handrails. What did you do to the hull to make it watertight? Flickr pictures are worth checking out btw. Love seeing internal pictures :)
She isn't watertight, she lays on the ground.
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  December 30, 2015
Fantastic work!
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  December 17, 2015
Very nice! It's immediately recognizable as a Bismark class. I'm very impressed to see it not only floats, but fires water and has handrails. What did you do to the hull to make it watertight? Flickr pictures are worth checking out btw. Love seeing internal pictures :)
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  December 12, 2015
Good combinaton of techniques here.
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  December 10, 2015
wow, superbe cuirassé
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  December 8, 2015
Quoting Jerry Temple Awesome job! A little bit to add to your history, when Tirpitz was moved to Norway it wasn't to attack the Allied convoys, just to threaten them by simply being there. After Scharnhorst's sinking in 1943 Hitler ordered all surface actions to cease so the Tirpitz would have never been able to actually attack the arctic convoys. The British knew this, but also knew that if they took out the last German capital ship, it would serve as a huge morale booster. So they threw everything they had available at it in the early months of 1944, and it took the combined efforts of Avro Lancaster heavy bombers and midget subs planting charges on the bottom of the hull to take down the mighty ship.
Attack the convoys was her order, how she attacked them is another story. But you're right, she never saw a convoy
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  December 8, 2015
Quoting Sam Sanister My only nitpick is that the pictures are too small... Other than that, great work!
Thanks. Bigger pictures on flickr
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  December 1, 2015
Awesome job! A little bit to add to your history, when Tirpitz was moved to Norway it wasn't to attack the Allied convoys, just to threaten them by simply being there. After Scharnhorst's sinking in 1943 Hitler ordered all surface actions to cease so the Tirpitz would have never been able to actually attack the arctic convoys. The British knew this, but also knew that if they took out the last German capital ship, it would serve as a huge morale booster. So they threw everything they had available at it in the early months of 1944, and it took the combined efforts of Avro Lancaster heavy bombers and midget subs planting charges on the bottom of the hull to take down the mighty ship.
 I like it 
  November 29, 2015
My only nitpick is that the pictures are too small... Other than that, great work!
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  November 28, 2015
Quoting Matt Bace Wow! Absolutely outstanding work! The details and shaping are top-notch. This is definitely the best LEGO ship I've seen in a quite a while.
Thank you. I know your Iowa and knows how you build. Such praise is a great honor.
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  November 28, 2015
Quoting Henrik Jensen Really great to see one of these huge battleships in real bricks. You did an amazing job!
Thanks!
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  November 28, 2015
Quoting Chris Maxter It surely deserves more likes. Keep it up!
I will!
 I like it 
  November 27, 2015
It surely deserves more likes. Keep it up!
 I like it 
  November 27, 2015
Masterpiece.
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Matt Bace
  November 26, 2015
Wow! Absolutely outstanding work! The details and shaping are top-notch. This is definitely the best LEGO ship I've seen in a quite a while.
 I like it 
  November 26, 2015
Really great to see one of these huge battleships in real bricks. You did an amazing job!
  November 26, 2015
Cool!
 
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