During the Second World War, the United States built more than 2,700 Liberty ships to meet emergency needs in wartime, and the Obrian was one of them. Freewheels use steam power, low cost and short construction period. They constitute the backbone of maritime transportation, and troops, weapons and raw materials have been transported to various battlefields. During the war, the Obrian flew between the east coast of Canada, the British States, South America, Australia and the Philippines. Between June and December 1994, in order to assist in the Battle of Mandy, Obrian sailed back 11 times between England and Normandy, including the city of South Belfast in Ireland to Normandy for General Patton A voyage of the Fifth Division. Item No. 05755 Product name American O'Brien Liberty Wheel Barcode 9580208057552 Product ratio 1:700 Product Type Static Warship Model Brief Length: 192.2mm Width: 24.8mm Height: 48.5mm Total number of parts 151pcs Metal parts n/a Etched parts n/a Film film n/a Resin parts n/a Total number of sprues 4 sprues, upper hull ,deck, lower hull and waterline plate Paint Schemes SS Jeremiah O'Brien Released date 2008-12 More description "-Two-directional slide-molded upper hull -Lower hull made from two-directional slide molds -Two-directional slide-molded deck with freeing port"