Regele Ferdinand

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Regele Ferdinand Avenue, Cluj-Napoca
23°35′24″E / 46.771203°N 23.589948°E / 46.771203 23.589948 King Ferdinand Regele Ferdinand The Northern end Former name(s) Strada ...
HMS Coventry (F98)
... by the Romanian Navy on 14 January 2003, and renamed Regele Ferdinand (King Ferdinand) after Ferdinand I of Romania ... F221 Regele Ferdinand was commissioned into the Romanian Navy on 9 September 2004, and is the current flagship of the Romanian Navy ... Traian Băsescu said, after a CSAT meeting, that Romania will send the frigate Regele Ferdinand with 205 mariners and two officers on board to enforce an arms embargo in the Mediterranean Sea, as part ...
History - Romanian Navy During World War II
... World War II In 1941, The Royal Romanian Navy had four destroyers (Mărășești, Mărăști, Regele Ferdinand and Regina Maria), three gunboats, one submarine (Delfinul ... The two Regele Ferdinand class destroyers were the most powerful surface units available to the Axis powers during the naval war in the Black Sea but were mostly used for ... The older vessels were received in September 1945, while the more modern ones (such as the Regele Ferdinand class) were kept by the Soviet Black Sea Fleet until early ...

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