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Old 14-02-2014, 01:18
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Default KMS Munich in 3D.

Here is a project I'm working on for a book that I am writing about the ships for Plan Z, in conjunction with a model project of the M class light cruiser that Germany started, however didn't finish due to the war starting to soon.
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Will be excellent to see something in print on the Plan Z vessels, and your model of the cruiser. Not much out there on this subject. Keep us posted!

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Yes, as far as I can gather There is one book about plan Z which I have and it doesn't conclude anything about the ship designs, only the history and politics about plan Z. It is a good history book. I figured that as much as I have learned about the ship designs and my love of Model building that I could fill the gap about the ship designs and functionality descriptions. The War would have been much different If Germany could have fielded such a fleet as the Z plan during that time, however it was a fantasy and not realistic. It still would have been interesting if they would have built even a few of these ships though. Thank you for the interest and I'll keep updating the progress on the model, and the book.
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