French pre-dreadnought battleship Charlemagne.
Acorazado francés pre-dreadnought Charlemagne.
Battle cruiser Dunkerque
Redoutable was a central battery and barbette
ship of the French Navy.
She was the first warship in the world to use
steel as the principal building material.
On the cruiser De Grasse
After being evaluated by the Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit (ATAIU), this A6M2-N went on to serve with the French Navy, assigned to the 8th Squadron stationed at Cat Lai, French Indochina. The aircraft was lost in an accident on February 19, 1946. (British official photograph)
Photo and caption featured in Osprey Air Vanguard 19 Mitsubishi A6M Zero by James D’Angina
Training Cruiser Jeanne d’Arc.
MARCEAU Class Battleship
The French Navy aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle produced about 1,200 baguettes a day. – After the 18-month refit, the Charles de Gaulle can produce 2,000 baguettes a day. 2,000!