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  • Townsend-Thoresen Ferries Postcards 1968-74
    between Heysham Douglas in April 1985 but was not a success Laid up in October 1985 she was sold to Egyptian owners in 1986 as the Al Fahad She was wrecked in early 2004 near Jeddah Saudi Arabia A complete history of this ship is available on this link Photograph of Free Enterprise III in Townsend Thoresen orange Photo Andrew James Viking I 1968 1976 Viking Victory 1976 1983 Viking I was built in 1964 by Kaldnes Mekaniske Verksted A S Tönsberg Norway for Otto Thoresen for service between Southampton and Cherbourg During the winters of 1965 6 she was chartered to Atlantic Steam Navigation for services from Tilbury or Felixstowe to Rotterdam and Antwerp In 1968 Thoresen merged with Townsend to form Townsend Thoresen Car Ferries She worked regular charters for other companies such as TT Line Lion Ferry Silja Line Stena Line etc In 1976 she was renamed Viking Victory and initiated a new service from Portsmouth to Le Havre Cherbourg Other services from Southampton subsequently moved to Portsmouth In 1983 Viking Victory was sold to Cypriot owners and served under various owners as Sun Boat Caravan Vasmed Sunny Boat and European Glory until 1991 when she was chartered by Hellenic Mediterranean Lines HML and renamed Neptunia In Neptunia 1992 was bought by Hellenic Mediterranean Lines HML and renamed Media II She ran on service Patras Igoumenitsa Korfu Brindisi In 2002 she was sold to Mediterranean Freedom Marine Limassol and renamed Media V for a service between Italy and Albania A complete history of this ship is available on this link Photo Precision postcard C6413 of Viking I FotoFlite photograph of Viking I Le Goubey postcard 10158 of Viking Victory at Cherbourg Viking II 1968 1984 Viking II was built in 1964 by Kaldnes Mekaniske Verksted A S Tönsberg Norway for Otto Thoresen for service between Southampton and Cherbourg During the winter of 1965 she was chartered to Atlantic Steam Navigation for services from Tilbury to Rotterdam and Antwerp In 1968 Thoresen merged with Townsend to form Townsend Thoresen Car Ferries She worked regular charters for other companies such as Lion Ferry and Stena Line etc In 1976 Viking II was sold to Sealink British Rail and renamed Earl William for services from Portsmouth and Weymouth to the Channel Islands and Cherbourg In 1984 Sealink ownership passed to Sea Containers In 1988 Earl William opened a new but short lived service from Liverpool to Dun Laoghaire She was laid up in 1990 but reappeared for occasional use on Folkestone Boulogne and Holyhead Dun Laoghaire In 1992 she was sold to Neptunus Lines and renamed Pearl William She subsequently served as Mar Julia Cesme Stern and Windward II A complete history of this ship is available on this link Official Townsend Thoresen generic Viking card actually Viking II Published by Photo Precision serial R3421 Purchased on Viking Victory Portsmouth Cherbourg 15th August 1981 Cromo postcard 106 6 of Viking II leaving Zeebrugge for Felixstowe Viking III 1968 1982 Viking III was built in 1965 by Orenstein Koppel und Lübecker Mach A G Lübeck for Otto Thoresen for service between Southampton to Cherbourg Le Havre During the winter of 1965 Viking III was chartered to Atlantic Steam Navigation for services from Tilbury to Rotterdam and Antwerp In 1968 Thoresen merged with Townsend to form Townsend Thoresen Car Ferries Viking III worked regular charters for other companies such as Lion Ferry Fred Olsen Larvik Lines Sealink and Stena Line etc In 1982 Viking III was sold to Da No Linjen for service between Frederikstad Frederikshavn as the Terje Vigen She passed through various other Scandinavian owners as Scandinavia until spending 1990 91 with Vasabåtarna and Jakob Lines as Fenno Star In 1992 Fenno Star was sold to Scandi Line as the Sandefjord running between Sandefjord Strömstad Scandi Line became part of Larvik Line in 1994 and then Color Line in 1999 In 2003 Sandefjord was sold to Saga Linie and adopted the name Sagafjord for a service Moss Skagen Although repainted in Saga Line colours the service did not start in 2003 The service eventually began in May 2004 but closed at the end of the summer with Sagafjord being laid up in Horten A complete history of this ship is available on this link Yvon postcard 10 10457 of Viking III leaving Le Havre Free Enterprise IV 1969 1987 Free Enterprise IV was built in 1969 by I C H Holland Werf Gusto Yard Schiedam Holland for the European Ferries Group Although delivered after the formation of Townsend Thoresen she originally operated in standard Townsend colours She was used on Townsend Thoresen services out of Dover to Calais Zeebrugge and Boulogne Free Enterprise IV was the first of five sisterships the others being Free Enterprise V VIII In 1976 Free Enterprise IV was transferred to the Cairnryan Larne route remaining there until 1986 when she reverted back to Dover In 1987 Free Enterprise IV was laid up at Chatham until sale to Sea Link Rederi Ab the following year After rebuilding at Landskrona she entered service for GT Link between Gedser Travemünde as the Falster Link From 1990 the German port was changed to Rostock In 1991 registered owners became Europa Linien A S Gedser Falster Link was laid up in 1996 but served briefly for Scandlines between Gedser Rostock in 1997 In 1998 Falster Link was sold to El Salam Shipping Trading Cairo entering service as the Tag Al Salam A complete history of this ship is available on this link Bennett postcard 2221 of Free Enterprise IV in original pale green Townsend colours Photograph of Free Enterprise IV in original pale green Townsend colours Photo FotoFlite Photograph of Free Enterprise IV in original colours but with Townsend Thoresen logos Photo FotoFlite Official postcard Photo Precision R7316 of Free Enterprise IV in Townsend Thoresen orange This card was issued when she was on the Larne Cairnryan route and was bought on board on the 12 00 sailing on 1st

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  • Moby Lines: Part 1 - Ferry Postcards and Photographs
    The Viking Wasa Prince Peder Olsen Moby Love 2 ex Saint Eloi Channel Entente King Orry Moby Love 2 Moby Love 2 ex Saint Eloi Channel Entente King Orry Moby Magic Moby Rider Moby Vincent ex Stena Normandica St Brendan Moby Will sold ex Gedser Moby Wonder Sardegna Bella sold 2001 ex Stena Germanica Associated Pages Moby Lines Page 2 Corsica Ferries SNCM www mobylines it Moby Lines official home page with fleet lists Ferry Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Table of Ship Histories Name Other names Built Moby Baby Svea Drott Earl Godwin 1966 Moby Big Skane 1967 Moby Blu Free Enterprise II 1965 Moby Dream Stena Britannica Viking 6 Goelo 1965 Moby Freedom 2001 Moby King Skane 1967 Moby Kiss Stena Nordica Hellas Stena Nautica Reine Astrid Al Mansour 1975 Moby Love 2 St Eloi Channel Entente King Orry 1973 Moby Lally Kalle III The Viking Wasa Prince Peder Olsen 1974 Moby Rider Frederick Carter Thenia Hansa Link Norse Lagan Moby Rider 1967 Moby Vincent Stena Normandica St Brendan Wasa Sun 1974 Moby Lines Fleet List Part 1 1958 1988 Maria Maddalena Moby Lines 1959 1978 NAVARMA s first ship was the Maria Maddalena built as the Danish ferry Aeroskobing in 1955 She was acquired in 1959 and used on a route from Palau Sardinia La Maddalena Isola Maddalena Santa Teresa Gallura Sardinia In February 1966 the vessel Bonifacio was used on this route which was then extended from Santa Teresa Gallura to Bonifacio Corsica Maria Maddalena was then briefly restricted to a shorter route between Palau Sardinia La Maddalena Isola Maddalena before initiating the Piombino Portoferraio Elba route in April 1966 She was sold in 1978 Maria Maddalena is the small ferry to the right in the postcard below of Piombino published by MICAR of Piombino PIO100 213 The ferry to the left is the Isola D Elba ex Skane of state owned Navigazione Toscana which was renamed Toremar in 1975 An enlargement of the ships is shown in the image below Elba Prima Moby Lines 1967 Elba Prima was built as Scandinavian ferry Gotlanningen in 1962 for Swedish company Nordo She operated between Klintehamn Byxelkrok Oxelosund Oskarshamn in Sweden NAVARMA bought her in 1967 for the Piombino Elba route Since 1997 she has been used solely for commercial vehicles particularly hazardous cargoes and for transporting unaccompanied coaches passengers travelling via larger ferry She now sports a red colour scheme to distance herself from the main passenger units of the fleet This card of Piombino shows Elba Prima and two Toremar ferries It is published by Ili Ceccanti of Piombino serial PIO143 319 An enlarged view of the ships is shown below A card of Portoferraio Elba showing Elba Prima in the foreground Bastia or Giraglia is also visible behind the cruise ship It is published by Vannucci Ivana of Portoferraio serial E 126 An enlarged view of the ships is shown below The small yellow vessel visible in the bottom

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  • Union-Castle Liner Transvaal Castle of 1962, later Festivale and Island Breeze.
    shows postcards of the IslandBreeze IslandBreeze was later renamed Big Red Boat III On 4th June 2003 Big Red Boat III sailing as Big Boat steamed from Freeport enroute to the shipbreakers at Alang India via Gibraltar She had the sad distinction of being the first Carnival Cruise liner to be scrapped I have no postcards as Big Red Boat III if you can help please email simplon simplon co uk This page shows company and commercial postcards from the South African mail run days All postcards are shown in proportion with continental sized cards at approx 430 pixels Transvaal Castle S A Vaal details 32697 Gross Tons Length 760ft 728 one class Passengers Speed 22 5 knots Engines Parsons turbines total 44000shp Festivale IslandBreeze details 38175 Gross Tons 1400 Passengers Transvaal Castle Pages Transvaal Castle Page 1 Union Castle Safmarine this page Transvaal Castle Page 2 Carnival Cruise Lines Transvaal Castle Page 3 Dolphin Thomson Premier Cruises Transvaal Castle Page 4 Island Breeze Interior Photographs Transvaal Castle Page 5 Festivale Interior Photographs Associated Pages Union Castle Line Dolphin Cruise Line Premier Cruise Line Carnival Cruise Line Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References UNION CASTLE LINE A Fleet History by Peter Newall Published by Carmania Press in 1999 This is the definitive history of the Union Castle Line Available from Mainmast Books Transvaal Castle Union Castle Line 1961 66 Union Castle Line official card of Transvaal Castle Dearden Wade Bournemouth card of Transvaal Castle s n 5167 J Arthur Dixon card of Transvaal Castle s n SS 1889 This cards was available on board as well as in shops ashore Terence J Mcnally Capetown card of Transvaal Castle s n 238 Terence J Mcnally Capetown card of Transvaal Castle in Durban Harbour s n 340

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  • Carnival Cruise Line Postcards - Page 1
    owners Following the arrival of new purpose built tonnage for Carnival Carnivale was sold to Epirotiki in 1993 becoming Olympic Star of Texas Lucky Star and finally Apollon In 1999 she was chartered to Direct Cruises for a series of cruises from the UK marketed as Apollo Direct Cruises were acquired by Airtours in which Carnival later look a 25 interest In 2000 the scheduled cruises of Direct Cruises were cancelled and Apollon returned to Greece to be laid up but was in service again in 2001 following the late delivery of Olympic Explorer A complete postcard history is available on this link Carnival official card of Mardi Gras with funnel logo modelled on the final CP colours Appears to be a retouched image of the final CP colours Scan Rudy Friederich Carnival official card of Mardi Gras Scan Rudy Friederich Carnival official card of Mardi Gras Scan Rudy Friederich Click to open larger image in new window Carnival official card of Mardi Gras Scan Rudy Friederich Click to open larger image in new window Carnival official card of Mardi Gras It has Carnival logo and printing Posted on Board TSS Mardi Gras Scan Rudy Friederich Carnival official card of Mardi Gras with funnel logo modelled on the final CP colours Externally little changed from CP days and still a very attractive ship Carnival official card of Mardi Gras Carnival official card of Mardi Gras Carnival official card of Mardi Gras Editions FISA card of Mardi Gras s n 7 Carnival fleet postcard including the Mardi Gras Carnival fleet postcard FISA AC 13 including the Mardi Gras Scan Rudy Friederich Click to open larger image in new window Carnival fleet postcard FISA AC 13 A including the Mardi Gras Scan Rudy Friederich Carnivale Carnival 1975 1994 Carnivale was built as the Empress of Britain in 1956 by Fairfields of Glasgow She was sold to the Greek Line and re entered service for them as Queen Anna Maria in 1965 running a fortnightly service to New York calling at Naples and Lisbon Following the collapse of the Greek Line she was sold to Carnival joining the the Mardi Gras ex Empress of Canada in 1975 as the Carnivale Following the numerous new deliveries to Carnival she was transferred to subsidiary Fiesta Marine Cruises as Fiesta Marina She was sold again in 1994 to Epirotiki as Olympic and has recently been on charter to British tour company Thomson as the Topaz A complete postcard history is available on this link Carnival official card of Carnivale with funnel logo modelled on the final CP colours Still an attractive looking ship Carnival official card of Carnivale showing Greek Line additions aft which at least followed the original lines Carnival official card of Carnivale Carnival official card of Carnivale Scan Rudy Friederich Click to open larger image in new window Carnival official card of Carnivale s n 9 Carnival official card of Carnivale Editions FISA card of Carnivale s n 10B Carnival fleet postcard including

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  • Union-Castle Liner Transvaal Castle of 1962, later Festivale and Island Breeze.
    Castle Safmarine Transvaal Castle Page 2 Carnival Cruise Lines this page Transvaal Castle Page 3 Dolphin Thomson Premier Cruises Transvaal Castle Page 4 Island Breeze Interior Photographs Transvaal Castle Page 5 Festivale Interior Photographs Associated Pages Union Castle Line Dolphin Cruise Line Premier Cruise Line Carnival Cruise Line Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page References UNION CASTLE LINE A Fleet History by Peter Newall Published by Carmania Press in 1999 This is the definitive history of the Union Castle Line Available from Mainmast Books Festivale Carnival Cruises Carnival Cruise Lines official card of Festivale Carnival Cruise Lines official card of Festivale Slightly different to the card above Scan Rudy Friederich Carnival Cruise Lines official card of Festivale Ediciones FISA Barcelona s n 16 Carnival Cruise Lines official card of Festivale Ediciones FISA Barcelona s n 18 The front cover of the Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale There are two tear out card copies of each photo the larger at Continental size The following 10 views are from this booklet FISA Barcelona s n 1 Gaslight Club Casino from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale FISA Barcelona s n 2 Fanta Z disco from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale FISA Barcelona s n 3 Le Cabaret Nightclub from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale FISA Barcelona s n 4 Carnivale Lounge from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale FISA Barcelona s n 5 Tradewinds Club from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale FISA Barcelona s n 6 Continental Dining Room Gala Buffet from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard booklet of Festivale FISA Barcelona s n 7 The card incorrectly describes this as the Gaslight Lounge Gaslight Lounge from Carnival Cruise Lines official postcard

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  • Premier Cruise Line Postcards (Dolphin Cruise Line, Seawind Cruise Line)
    1972 Premier Cruises Fleet List Oceanic Big Red Boat I A complete history of this ship is available on this link A Premier Cruises official card of Oceanic The Big Red Boat Another Premier Cruises official card of Oceanic The Big Red Boat using the same image as the card above Big Red Boat II Premier Cruises have chartered Edinburgh Castle previously EugenioCosta and renamed her the Big Red Boat II Complete History of Big Red Boat II A Direct Cruises card of Edinburgh Castle is shown below Chantry Classics postcard CC S320 of Big Red Boat II at Freeport Photo Vincenzo Miele Staff Captain Fantasy Two photographs of Big Red Boat II in a sorry state at Freeport Note the Rembrandt behind she did not receive the indignity of becoming a Big Red Boat before Premier s collapse Photographed from the bridge of Carnival s Fantasy Photo Vincenzo Miele Staff Captain Fantasy Photo Vincenzo Miele Staff Captain Fantasy Can anyone assist with an official Premier postcard of Big Red Boat II I suspect that none were issued but if you know otherwise please email simplon simplon co uk IslandBreeze Big Red Boat III IslandBreeze was built as the Transvaal Castle launched in 1961 by John Brown Co Clydebank She was delivered to Union Castle Line and served on their route to South Africa from Southampton from 1962 Transvaal Castle remained in Union Castle colours only until 1966 when she was transferred to the South African Marine Corp UK remaining on the same service under the British flag with Union Castle crew and management as S A Vaal In 1969 she was transferred to the South African flag S A Vaal was withdrawn in Southampton on October 10th 1977 and sold to Carnival Cruise Line who rebuilt her in Japan with extra decks almost doubling the passenger capacity The external appearance was not spoilt however and she has remained the handsome ship of Union Castle days Internally the public rooms were much changed from the traditional liner She returned to service in 1978 as Festivale on Caribbean cruises in partnership with ex Canadian Pacific liners Mardi Gras and Carnivale revolutionising the cruise industry Transvaal Castle Page 2 shows postcards from the Carnival era Following the delivery of purpose built cruise ships to Carnival she was sold to Dolphin Cruise Line who renamed her IslandBreeze She was chartered to UK holiday company Thomson during the late 1990s and passed to Premier cruises with the rest of the Dolphin ships Transvaal Castle Page 3 shows postcards of the IslandBreeze IslandBreeze was later renamed Big Red Boat III On 4th June 2003 Big Red Boat III sailing as Big Boat steamed from Freeport enroute to the shipbreakers at Alang India via Gibraltar She had the sad distinction of being the first Carnival Cruise liner to be scrapped Complete postcard history of IslandBreeze A Premier Cruises official card of IslandBreeze originally Transvaal Castle Can anyone assist with a card as Big Red Boat III

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  • Anchor Line Postcards
    Nea Hellas New York 1922 Anchor Line Fleet List Astoria 1899 1910 5 086 gt ex Tainui 1899 purchased from Shaw Savill Albion Line renamed Astoria 1908 laid up 1910 scrapped Scindia 3 1900 5 178 gt 1927 scrapped Calabria 1 1901 4 374 gt 1923 scrapped Perugia 1901 4 348 gt 1916 requisitioned by Br Admiralty converted to Q ship torpedoed and sunk 1916 Columbia 2 1902 1926 8 292 gt 1914 1918 requisitioned as Armed Merchant Cruiser renamed HMS Columbella 1919 returned to owners renamed Columbia 1926 sold Byron Line renamed Moreas Massilia 1902 5 156 gt 1930 scrapped Olympia 2 1902 5 197 gt 1926 scrapped Circassia 2 1903 6 861 gt 1931 scrapped Italia 2 1904 4 806 gt 1923 scrapped Caledonia 3 1905 1916 9 223 gt 1914 requisitioned as troopship 1916 torpedoed and sunk off Malta Official Anchor Line postcard of Caledonia 3 Official Anchor Line postcard of Caledonia 3 Postcard of Caledonia 3 Castalia 2 1906 1949 6 715 gt 1949 sold to Italy renamed Marengo Official Anchor Line postcard of Castalia 2 California 2 1907 1917 8 662 gt 1917 torpedoed and sunk in Atlantic loss of 43 lives Official Anchor Line postcard of California 2 Assyria 3 1908 8 142 gt ex Ypiranga Hamburg America Line war reparations 1921 purchased from Ministry of Shipping renamed Assyria 1929 sold to Cia Colonial Lisbon renamed Colonial Elysia 2 1908 6 757 gt 1942 sunk by Japanese warships in Indian Ocean Anchoria 2 1911 5 430 gt 1912 sold to Brocklebank Line Cameronia 1 1911 10 963 gt Cameronia 1 was 1917 torpedoed and sunk in Mediterranean while trooping French postcard of Cameronia 1 Scan Geoffrey Norway Media 1911 5 437 gt 1912 sold to Brocklebank Line Tarantia 1 1911 4 938 gt ex Kirkfield 1916 purchased from Kirkfield Shipping Co renamed Tarantia 1937 sold to Greece renamed Leontios Teryazos Tiberia 1913 4 880 gt ex Frimley 1916 purchased renamed Tiberia 1918 torpedoed and sunk off Belfast no loss of life Algeria 2 1914 8 156 gt ex Kigoma German East Africa Line war reparations 1921 purchased from Ministry of Shipping renamed Algeria 1922 sold Hamburg America Line renamed Toledo Transylvania 1 1914 14 315 gt 1915 purchased from Cunard 1917 torpedoed and sunk in Gulf of Genoa while trooping loss of 414 lives Tuscania 1 1915 14 348 gt 1918 torpedoed and sunk off Ireland while trooping loss of 166 lives Cameronia 2 1921 1951 16 365 gt 1940 requisitioned as troopship 1951 sold Ministry of Transport renamed Empire Clyde Anchor Line company card of Cameronia Anchor Line company card of Cameronia Anchor Line company card of Cameronia Anchor Line company card showing 1st Class interiors on Cameronia Anchor Line company card showing 2nd Class interiors on Cameronia Photographic postard of Cameronia Official card of Empire Clyde Tuscania 2 1922 1939 16 991 gt 1939 sold to Greek Line renamed Nea Hellas California 3 1923 1943 16 792 gt 1943 set on fire

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  • French Line Mediterranean Services
    Roux was built in 1908 and was France s first turbine steamer She was a successful ship and the following vessels followed her design In 1933 she received a white hull for use on cruising but was broken up three years later Unidentified card of Charles Roux in cruising white towards the end of her career Carthage 1910 1915 Carthage was built in Newcastle in 1910 and was an improved and enlarged version of Charles Roux and ran on the Marseille Tunis route She was 400ft long 5600grt and carried 470 passengers in three classes She was torpedoed and sunk in 1915 The card is by H Grimaud of Marseille Timgad 1911 1939 Timgad was built in 1911 and was a sister of Carthage She was 400ft long 5200grt and carried 470 passengers in three classes Timgad became reserve ship in 1935 when the Ville d Alger was delivered and was scrapped in 1939 This is an official CGT card posted in 1922 This unidentified card of Timgad was posted in 1913 This unidentified card of Timgad shows her arriving at Algiers Postcard of Timgad in a storm Duc D Aumale 1913 1950 Duc D Aumale was built in 1913 and was a smaller version of Carthage She was 380ft long 4450grt and carried 290 passengers in three classes Duc D Aumale was transferred to French West Indies inter island services in 1926 when the Ville d Alger was delivered and survived until 1950 This is an official CGT card Lamorciere 1920 1942 Lamorciere was built in 1920 in Newcastle for the Marseille North Africa service She was 370ft long 4700grt and carried 400 passengers in three classes Lamorciere sank in bad weather in 1942 The card is by H Grimaud of Marseille Postcard of Lamorciere Gouverneur Generale Chanzy 1921 1963 Gouverneur Generale Chanzy was built in 1921 in Birkenhead the first of four sisters built for the Mediterranean services They were owned by the French government but operated for CGT throughout their lives She was 362ft long and of 4400grt Gouverneur Generale Chanzy operated on the Bordeaux Casablanca service in 1956 7 She was broken up in 1963 The card is by A Tardy of Marseille This card of Gouverneur Generale Chanzy is by Societe Editions of Marseille This card of Gouverneur Generale Chanzy is by Edition G Gandini of Marseille Gouverneur Generale Grevy 1921 1946 Gouverneur Generale Grevy was built in 1921 in Brest the second of four sisters They were owned by the French government but operated for CGT throughout their lives She was 362ft long and of 4500grt Gouverneur Generale Grevy scuttled by retreating Germans in Marseille in 1944 She was raised and broken up in Toulon in 1946 Gouverneur Generale Jonnart 1922 1948 Gouverneur Generale Jonnart was also built in 1921 in Brest the third of the four sisters Gouverneur Generale Jonnart was sunk in an air attack in 1944 She was raised in 1945 and used as a barracks and then broken up in

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