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French destroyer Bison

Sister ship Guépard at anchor
History
France
Name: Bison
Namesake: Bison
Fate: Sunk, 3 May 1940
General characteristics (as built)
Class & type: Guépard-class destroyer
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Crew: 12 officers, 224 crewmen (wartime)
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The French destroyer Bison was a Guépard-class destroyer (contre-torpilleurs) built for the French Navy during the 1920s.

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