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Edgar Quinet Class cruisers.  Photographs and history of the armoured cruisers of the Edgar Quinet class, launched 1907 - 1908, including Edgar Quinet and Waldeck - Rousseau.

Les croiseurs de Classe de Quinet de Edgar. Les photographies et l'histoire des croiseurs blindés de la classe de Quinet de Edgar, a lancé 1907 - 1908, y compris Edgar Quinet et Waldeck - Rousseau.

Edgar Quinet 21st September 1907 Part of the 1st Light Division which patrolled Otranto Straits. While in the Mediterranean she rescued 1200 people from Smyrna in 1922. Used as a training ship from 1925-27, she grounded herself on 4th January 1930 and sank on 9th.
Waldeck-Rousseau 4th March 1908 Survived attacks by U-boats of the Austrian navy in November 1914. Served in the Aegean and Ionian Sea before transferring to the Black Sea in 1919-20 where she helped evacuate General Wrangel's troops. She ended the war as flagship of the Far East. Taken off active in June 1936 and broken up between 1941-44.

Edgar Quinet

Part of the 1st Light Division which patrolled Otranto Straits. While in the Mediterranean she rescued 1200 people from Smyrna in 1922. Used as a training ship from 1925-27, she grounded herself on 4th January 1930 and sank on 9th.

Edgar Quinet.

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Edgar Quinet. 

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Edgar Quinet. Photo sent in by Jean Gillet.

Edgar Quinet.  Sent in by Marcus Taylor

Edgar Quinet. Sent in by Marcus Taylor

Waldeck - Rousseau

Survived attacks by U-boats of the Austrian navy in November 1914. Served in the Aegean and Ionian Sea before transferring to the Black Sea in 1919-20 where she helped evacuate General Wrangel's troops. She ended the war as flagship of the Far East. Taken off active in June 1936 and broken up between 1941-44.

Waldeck Rousseau.

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Waldeck Rousseau, 1919.

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Waldeck-Rousseau.  Photo sent in by Jean Gillet

Waldeck Rousseau, Paris

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