Bourrasque-class Destroyer


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Ships in class: 12

The Bourrasque class was a group of twelve French Navy destroyers (torpilleur) laid down in 1923 and commissioned from 1926 to 1936. Along with the heavier Chacal class, they were part of a plan to modernise the French fleet after World War I. The Bourrasques were smaller and slower than the Chacals, but were nonetheless comparable with the British 'W' class. The class saw varied service in the Second World War, in five different navies, on both sides. These ships were named after types of wind.


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