French WW2 Warships (1939-1945)
The British Royal Navy was quick to neutralize the French Navy from contention during the early stages of World War 2.There are a total of 16 French WW2 Warships (1939-1945) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The Belle Poule training vessel of France survived World War 2 and remains in active service with the French fleet ...
The Flower-class corvette warships of British design were critical to victory in the Battle of the Atlantic and els...
The Bearn aircraft carrier was a conversion of the Normandie-class series of battleships serving with the French Na...
The Bretagne was sunk by the HMS Hood before the German military could claim the French Fleet in the Mediterranean ...
FS Dunkerque was scuttled on November 27th, 1942 to prevent her falling into German hands during World War 2....
The French light cruiser Georges Leygues was a pre-World War 2 design and saw service throughout the conflict and i...
The French warship Jean Bart followed Richelieu into service but lay unfinished by the time of the German invasion ...
The Montcalm was a powerful ship at her inception and survived the havoc that was World War 2....
The French battleship Richelieu was noted for her unusual forecastle armament consisting of a pair of large-caliber...
The FS Rubis proved one of the more successful of the French mine-laying submarines used in World War 2....
Although three of the Surcouf-class cruiser submarines were planned, only the Surcouf herself was completed and put...
Over 900 Landing Craft Infantry ships were produced for the United States, Britain, and others during the final pus...
Over 400 R-Boots were built for the German Navy of World War 2 and fewer than half of these survived the conflict w...
The Type XXI diesel-electric U-boat of World War 2 was ground-breaking by any measure but it was ultimately doomed ...