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French Battleship Bouvet World War 1 Gallipoli

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Product ID:907859
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, overlapping
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French Battleship Bouvet World War I Gallipoli

( François Joseph Bouvet )

Lowpoly Model by Omegavision

High level of Details. Real time, low poly for game engine, Game-Ready.

Texture : 4096 x 4096 Pixels resolution.

1. Diffuse                : 4096x4096
2. Specular             : 4096x4096
3. Normal Bump    : 4096x4096

You can use this model also for static renders.

By Omegavision

Bouvet was a pre-dreadnought battleship of the French Navy. She was laid down in January 1891, launched in April 1896, and completed in June 1898. She was a member of a group of five broadly similar battleships, along with Charles Martel, Jauréguiberry, Carnot, and Masséna, which were ordered in response to the British Royal Sovereign class. Like her half-sisters, she was armed with a main battery of two 305 mm (12.0 in) guns and two 274 mm (10.8 in) guns in individual turrets. She had a top speed of 17.8 kn (33.0 km/h; 20.5 mph).Bouvet spent the majority of her career alternating between the Northern and Mediterranean Squadrons. At the outbreak of World War I, she escorted troop convoys from North Africa to France. She then joined the naval operations off the Dardanelles, where she participated in a major attack on the Turkish fortresses in the straits on 18 March 1915. During the attack, she was hit approximately eight times by shellfire, though did not suffer fatal damage. She struck a mine at around 3:15, and sank within two minutes; only some 50 men were rescued from a complement of 710. Two British battleships were also sunk by mines that day, and the disaster convinced the Allies to abandon the naval campaign in favor of an amphibious assault on Gallipoli.
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