La Galissonnière

CountryFrance
Ship ClassLa Galissonnière-class Light Cruiser

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22 May 1943 The Italian flag was hoisted aboard captured French cruiser La Galissonnière at Toulon, France.

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French cruisers Georges Leygues, La Galissonnière, and Montcalm, 1942; seen in US Navy publication ONI 203Aerial view of Toulon, France, 28 Nov 1942; note smoke rising from burning ships




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