Free French Naval Forces
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... By August 1940, the British completed Surcouf's refit and turned her over to the Free French Navy (Forces Navales Françaises Libres, FNFL) for convoy patrol ... Because of the British-French tensions with regard to the submarine, accusations were made by each side that the other was spying for Vichy France the British also claimed that Surcouf ... by a German plane at Devonport on 28 July, Surcouf went to the United States Naval Shipyard at Portsmouth, New Hampshire for a three-month refit ...
... List of ships of the Free French Naval Forces. ...
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