Capitani Romani-class cruiser

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The Capitani Romani-class cruisers were a class of light cruisers built for the Regia Marina during World War II. Some of the ships were later reclassified as destroyers and would see service with the post-war Italian Navy and French Navy. In particular after World War II, two of the Capitani Romani-class in the Italian service have been renamed as San Giorgio-class, meanwhile France got two of these ships as war prize after World War II and the class was renamed in Chateaurenault-class.


Rank II

  • Guichen (1957) - (previously RN Scipione Africano)

Rank III

Vehicles are listed in order of refit year, not build year

Italy light cruisers
Condottieri-class  RN Bartolomeo Colleoni · RN Raimondo Montecuccoli · RN Eugenio di Savoia · RN Duca degli Abruzzi
Capitani Romani-class  RN Attilio Regolo
Etna-class  RN Etna

France destroyers
Bourrasque-class  Bourrasque · Tornade
Chacal-class  Chacal · Leopard · Panthere
Aigle-class  Aigle · Vautour · Milan
Vauquelin-class  Vauquelin
Le Fantasque-class  Le Malin · Le Triomphant
Hunt-class  La Combattante
Trophies  Germany
Desaix-class*  Kleber
Type 1936  Marceau
Chateaurenault-class**  Guichen
  * Modified Type 1934A-class destroyers
  ** Modified Capitani Romani-class cruisers