ICM 1/72 scale Type XXVIIB "Seehund"
At less than 7" long, ICM’s Type XXVIIB U-boat isn’t as big as Revell’s 1/72 Type VII or Gato-class submarines, but it still makes a grand model – and takes up a lot less shelf room, too!
December 18, 2009
|The “Seehund” (Seal) was one of the best of a number of small, easy-to-build midget submarines the Germans developed to repulse the Allied invasion of Europe. The ICM kit is a good model of this lesser-known submarine.|
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