From: Georgetown, Texas, USA
ORIGINAL: Gary Childress
Did Algerie make it to the Pacific, though? I thought IRL she was scuttled to prevent her from falling into German hands?
I'm sure you are right. I recall seeing a list of Free French ships and there were a couple of CAs. Probably not Algerie though.
Memory fails (yet again), I'll see if I can find the data.
Here you go, data from forum member Skyland.
October 3rd 1945 in Saigon :
Troops : 1000 mens (5th DIC, Colonial Inf Division)
BB : Richelieu
DD : Le Triomphant
British liners Queen Emma and Princess Beatrix
Motor boat/AM (ex customs) : Directeur général Frezouls, Directeur général Crayssac
From October 15th in Saigon :
Troops : BMEO (Far East Marine Brigade)
CL : Gloire, Suffren
Aviso : Gazelle, Annamite
DD : Le Fantasque,
DE : Sénégalais, Somali
CV : Bearn (as planes and troop transport)
Cargo/Passengers ship: Ville de Strasbourg
AMC : Quercy
From March 6th 1946 in Haiphong
Troops : 20000 mens (9th DIC, half of 2e DB (armored division), BMEO,... )
CV : Béarn (as planes and troop transport)
AMC : Barfleur
Cargo/Passengers ship : Eridan, Lieutenant de Saint Loubert Bié, ... (total 5)
Many LST, LCI, ...
CL : Emile Bertin, Tourville, Duquesne,
Aviso colonial : Savorgnan de Brazza
DD : Le Triomphant, Le Fantasque
Aviso : Chevreuil, Gazelle
DE : Algérien
Oiler : Var
< Message edited by Don Bowen -- 4/18/2011 1:01:07 AM >