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Latest revision as of 21:47, 10 July 2017

Suffren (1899)
Builder: Arsenal de Brest[1]
Ordered: 21 April, 1898[2]
Laid down: 5 January, 1899[3]
Launched: 25 July, 1899[4]
Completed: October 1903[5]
Commissioned: 3 February, 1904[6]
Sunk: 26 Nov 1916[7]
Fate: Torpedoed by U 52

Service

Captains

Dates of appointment are provided when known.

See Also

Footnotes

  1. Caresse. "Suffren". p. 10.
  2. Caresse. "Espignole". p. 99.
  3. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 296.
  4. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 296.
  5. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 296.
  6. Caresse. "Suffren". p. 14.
  7. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. p. 296.
  8. Ecole Navale / Espace tradition / Officiers célèbres - Rodolphe Marie GUÉPIN
  9. Ecole Navale / Espace tradition / Officiers célèbres - Rodolphe Marie GUÉPIN

Bibliography

  • Caresse, Philippe (2010). "The Drama of the Battleship Suffren". in Jordan, John; Dent, Stephen. Warship 2010. London: Conway's Maritime Press. pp. 9-26. ISBN 978-1-84486-110-1.
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  • Chesneau, Robert; Kolesnik, Eugene (editors) (1979). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).
  • Gray, Randal (editor) (1985). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1906–1921. London: Conway Maritime Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).


Pre-dreadnought Suffren
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