Heavy cruiser of the Suffren class
|Navy||The French Navy|
|Built by||Arsenal de Brest (Brest, France)|
|Laid down||4 Apr 1926|
|Launched||3 May 1927|
|Commissioned||1 Jan 1930|
|End service||1 Oct 1947|
Disarmed at Alexandria, Egypt and interned by the British on 22 June 1940.
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Notable events involving Suffren include:
22 Jul 1943
FFL Suffren picks up two survivors from the British merchant City of Canton which had been torpedoed and sunk by the German U-boat U-178 five days earlier northeast of Beira in position 13°52'S, 41°10'E.