Jeanne d'Arc-class Light Cruiser


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Ships in class: Jeanne d'Arc

Jeanne d'Arc was a school cruiser of the French Navy, the second ship to bear the name. She was built in Saint-Nazaire in only two years, on plans by engineer Antoine. She was designed both as a school ship, and a fully capable warship. She saw service through the Second World War, escaping to Halifax after the fall of France and eventually joining the Free French forces before the end of the war. Post war, the cruiser resumed her duties as a training ship, being retired in 1964.


  • Jeanne d'Arc-class Light Cruiser