The second aircraft carrier of the proposed Zeppelin-class, ship ‘B’, was to be named Peter Strasser after the First World War German airship chief commander, had the carrier been finished. Construction began in Kiel around 1938, but a combination of disputes between the Kriegsmarine and German Air Force, the subsequent outbreak of World War II, and Hitler's decision to divert a large part of the Navy's funds to the development of submarines led to further work being abandoned in 1940 and she was never completed.
- 14 inches long
- Beam span: 1+ inch
- 380+ parts
- 17 sprues, 1 photo etched part