Freya and Würzburg Radars

Freya and Würzburg Radars

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The German low-UHF band Würzburg radar was the primary ground-based gun laying radar for both the Luftwaffe and the Wehrmacht.

Freya was an early warning radar deployed by Germany during World War II. It was named after the Norse goddess Freyja.

Freya was often used in concert with the primary gun laying radar Würzburg;  the Freya finding targets at long distances and then "handing them over" to the shorter-ranged Würzburgs for tracking.

Supplied unpainted, unassembled, and requires gluing and some sanding. 3mm MDF.  Models not included and shown for scale.

This design is sold under license from Ravenloth Designs.

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This item is available as part of Our German airfield bundle.