The Eskimo, a British destroyer of the Clan class, began construction on August 5, 1936. It was launched on September 3, 1937, and entered service on December 30, 1938. The Eskimo participated in the Second Naval Battle of Narvik in April 1940, and supported the Allied landing in North Africa in November 1942 and served in the Tenth Destroyer Fleet. On June 22, 1944, north of Brest in the British Strait, with the assistance of the Canadian Navy destroyer Haida and a Czech Air Force Liberator bomber, the German Navy U-971 submarine was sunk. In the last days of the war, the Eskimo served in the Far East. For most of the spring of 1945, she was ordered to clear the Japanese army in Burma. Soon the Husky and another tribal-class destroyer joined the fleet to wipe out the remaining Japanese forces on the surface. In 1946, the Husky was sold and demolished on June 27, 1949 after performing a series of missions in the country. Item No. 05757 Product name Royal Navy Tribal-class destroyer Eskimo 1941 Barcode 9580208057576 Product ratio 1:700 Product Type Static Warship Model Brief Length: 164.4mm Width: 15.9mm Height: 47.5mm Total number of parts 92pcs Metal parts n/a Etched parts n/a Film film n/a Resin parts n/a Total Sprues 5 sprues, upper hull, lower hull and waterline plate Paint Schemes HMS Eskimo (F75) 1941 Released date 2008-11 More description "-Two-directional slide-molded upper hull -Lower hull made from two-directional slide molds -Sponsons are represented on lower hull by slide-mold"