Dunkerque

(from the article `naval ship`) ...combining heavy armour with great speed (provided by diesel engines), could defeat any contemporary cruiser. They also reignited the race in ...
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Dunkerque

French name for Dunkirk, the most northerly seaport in France
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Dunkerque

The Dunkerque was a French Dunkerque Class battleship of 38500 tons displacement launched in 1935 and used during the Second World War. She was armed with eight 13 inch guns; sixteen 5.1 inch dual purpose guns; four 47 mm guns; eight 37 mm anti-aircraft guns and thirty-two 13 mm anti-aircraft guns. She carried a complement of 1421 and four aircraft...
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