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Naval Ship Model - Destroyer, HMS Zulu Object Reg. No: ST 033446

Model of Royal Navy Tribal class destroyer HMS Zulu. Built by Alexander Stephens & Sons, Glasgow and commissioned in 1938. Along with HMS Sikh, Zulu was sunk off Tobruk by Italian aircraft in September 1942 while supporting a commando operation.

This model was built by E.J Krummeck and was purchased by the Museum in 1941. It is one of a large collection of British and Australian naval ship models built by Krummeck.
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: destroyers, naval vessels, ship models, warships
Themes this item is part of: Transport Collection
Primary Classification: WATER TRANSPORT
Secondary Classification: Steam Power
Tertiary Classification: model naval vessels - british
Modelmaker: E. Krummeck, Hughesdale, Victoria, Australia, circa 1941
User: Royal Navy, England, Great Britain, 1938-1942

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