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Maxim Gorkiy Light Cruiser Pr.26bis, 1944 fit Resin 1/700 Combrig 70439

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Maxim Gorkiy Light Cruiser Pr.26bis, 1944 fit Resin
1/700
Combrig 70439
High-quality details.

Manufacturer: Combrig 
Scale: 1/700
Material: Resin
Paint: Unpainted, Unassembled, Kit do not contain paints and glue.
Condition: New in Box

Maxim Gorky (Russian: Максим Горький) was a Project 26bis Kirov-class cruiser of the Soviet Navy that served during World War II and into the Cold War. She had her bow blown off by a mine in the Gulf of Riga during the opening stages of Operation Barbarossa, but made it to Kronstadt for repairs. After being repaired, she was blockaded by Axis minefields in Leningrad and Kronstadt for most of the war, but participated in the Siege of Leningrad by providing gunfire support for the defenders. She bombarded Finnish positions during the Vyborg–Petrozavodsk Offensive in mid-1944, but played no further part in the war. She began a major modernization in 1953, but the Navy reconsidered the cost-effectiveness of the refit and canceled it in 1955. She was sold for scrap in 1959.Maxim Gorky was 187 meters (613 ft 6 in) long at the waterline, and 191.4 meters (627 ft 11 in) long overall. She had a beam of 17.66 meters (57 ft 11 in) and had a draft between 5.87 to 6.3 meters (19 ft 3 in to 20 ft 8 in). She displaced 8,177 metric tons (8,048 long tons) at standard load and 9,728 metric tons (9,574 long tons) at full load. Her steam turbines produced a total of 129,750 shaft horsepower (96,750 kW) during her sea trials and propelled the ship to a maximum speed of 36.72 knots (68.01 km/h; 42.26 mph). This was barely short of her designed speed of 37 knots and was because she was over 900 tonnes (886 long tons) overweight. She normally carried 650 metric tons (640 long tons) of fuel oil, 1,660 metric tons (1,630 long tons) at full load and 1,750 metric tons (1,720 long tons) at overload. This gave her an endurance of 4,220 nautical miles (7,820 km; 4,860 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph).Maxim Gorky was laid down at the Ordzhonikidze YardLeningrad on 20 December 1936 as a slightly improved version, Project 26bis as designated by the Soviets, of the first pair of Kirov-class cruisers, which were called Project 26. She was launched on 30 April 1938 and was completed on 12 December 1938. The ship, and her escorts, ran into the German-laid "Apolda" minefield in the Gulf of Riga while providing cover for Soviet defensive mining efforts on 23 June 1941 and Maxim Gorky and the destroyer Gnevny both lost their bows, although Gorky made it to port where temporary repairs were made. The ship was transferred, with assistance, to Tallinn and later to Kronstadt.Maxim Gorky tested the first Soviet naval helicopter, the Kamov Ka-10 in December 1950 and began her refit in mid-1953. This was planned to include a complete overhaul of her machinery while her radar, fire-control systems and anti-aircraft guns were to be replaced by the latest Soviet systems. Torpedo bulges were to be fitted which would increase her displacement by 1,000 metric tons (980 long tons), with consequent penalties to her speed and range. The navy re-evaluated the scope of the work in 1955 and deemed it insufficient to create a fully modern ship and suspended the refit. Maxim Gorky was sold for scrapping on 18 April 1959 after the navy had decided that she wasn't needed as a missile-test ship.

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Maxim Gorky
Career (Soviet Union)Naval Ensign of the Soviet Union.svg
Name: Maxim Gorky
Namesake: Maxim Gorky
Builder: Ordzhonikidze Yard, Leningrad
Yard number: 270
Laid down: 20 December 1936
Launched: 30 April 1938
Commissioned: 12 December 1940
Decommissioned: 17 Feb 1956
Refit: Summer 1953
Honors and
awards:
Order of the Red Banner
22 March 1944
Fate: sold for scrap 18 April 1959
General characteristics (Project 26bis)
Class & type: Kirov-class cruiser
Displacement: 8,177 tonnes (8,048 long tons) (standard)
9,728 tonnes (9,574 long tons) (full load)
Length: 191.4 m (627 ft 11 in)
Beam: 17.66 m (57 ft 11 in)
Draught: 6.3 m (20 ft 8 in) (full load)
Installed power: 129,750 shp (96,750 kW)
Propulsion: 2 shafts, TB-7 geared steam turbines
6 Yarrow-Normand oil-fired boilers
Speed: 36.72 knots (68.01 km/h; 42.26 mph) (on trials)
Endurance: 4,220 nmi (7,820 km; 4,860 mi) at 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph)
Complement: 963
Sensors and
processing systems:
Arktur hydrophone
Armament:

3 × 3 - 180 mm (7.1 in) B-1-P guns
6 × 1 - 100 mm (3.9 in) B-34 dual-purpose guns
9 × 1 - 45-millimeter (1.8 in) 21-K AA gun
4 × 1 - 12.7-millimeter (0.50 in) AAmachine guns
2 × 3 - 533-millimeter (21.0 in)torpedo tubes
96–150 mines

50 depth charges
Armor: Waterline belt: 70 mm (2.8 in)
Deck: 50 mm (2.0 in) each
Turrets: 70 mm (2.8 in)
Barbettes: 70 mm (2.8 in)
Conning tower: 150 mm (5.9 in)
Aircraft carried: 2 × KOR-1 seaplanes
Aviation facilities: ZK-1 catapult

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