The Queen Elizabeth battleship is the first ship of the Queen Elizabeth class battleship. The Queen Elizabeth-class battleships were four battleships equipped with new 15-inch (381 mm) caliber guns approved by the British budget in 1912, and one more was approved the following year. A total of 5 ships were built, namely the "Queen Elizabeth", the "War exhaustion", the "Barham", the "Warrior" and the "Malaya". The Queen Elizabeth-class battleship has a standard displacement of 29,150 tons, a main engine output of 75,000 horsepower, a top speed of 25 knots per hour, and is mainly equipped with 8 15-inch main guns, 12 152 mm secondary guns, and small and medium-caliber artillery. This type of battleship is the first British battleship to use oil-fired boilers. Construction of the battleship Queen Elizabeth began on October 21, 1912. It was completed in January 1915. The battleship Queen Elizabeth underwent two major modernizations during its service. Experienced the first and second world wars. Item No. 05797 Product name British battleship "Elizabeth" 1918 Barcode 9580208057972 Product ratio 1:700 Product Type Static Kit Model Brief Length: 281mm Beam: 39.7mm Total number of parts 170+pcs Metal parts n/a Etched parts 1piece Film film n/a Resin parts n/a Total number of sprues 6 sprues, upper hull, lower hull, waterline plate, deck and stand Paint Schemes HMS Queen Elizabeth 1918 Released date 2011-11 More description "- Lower hull & upper hull made from multi-directional slide moulds. -Either full hull version or waterline version can be selected. -Deck wood pattern finely rendered -Contains display stand and engraved name plate -Photo-etched frets included"