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HMS Leander

Falkland Warships
uses: Box art HMS Leander, Falkland Warships


  Base type  Type 12I Leander  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists as: (Australia): River (12) class, (New Zealand): Leander class 12I, (Chile): Condell class (12I Leander class) (as similar), (Indonesia): Van Speijk class, (India): 12 class (Whitby) (as similar), (Netherlands): Van Speijk class / RN Leander class 
  Kit manufacturer  Airfix  (Airfix:) Website: http://www.airfix.com
  Material  plastic  
  Origin country  GB  
  Operator country  GB For the class: GB India New Zealand Chile Netherlands Pakistan Ecuador Indonesia Australia  (Chile:) http://www.aeroflight.co.uk/country/start/chile.htm , http://editorialmanutara.blogspot.de/2010/05/los-primeros-reactores-lockheed-en-la.html
Parent category: Latin America
  Build era  0 (not yet built)   
  Topics  Destroyer  (Ship:) http://www.naval-history.net/index.htm , http://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyBritishShips-Dittmar3WarshipsA.htm
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Parent category: Ship
  Aera of use  afterwar  
  Scale  1/600  
  BaseVehicle  Ship  
  Part of Falkland Warships
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Referenced itself or via the class in Invasion/Liberation of Goa 17-19.12.1961, 18.12. Battle at Mormugão harbour (only a similar ship) (... Fold out for more)[+]Indonesia-Malaysia-Conflikt 1963-1966 Aden Emergency (Radfan Uprising ) 1963-1967 Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 (only a similar ship) Falklands War/Guerra de las Malvinas, 2.4.-20.6.1982 Operation Desert Storm, 17.1.-28.2.1991

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