Allied Ships arrive at Istanbul -Nov. 1918

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Allied Ships arrive at Istanbul -Nov. 1918

Post by jerryasher » 23 Jan 2021 19:57

I read that 55 allied ships arrived on November 12, 13th or 14th. Does anyone have a list. I'm seeking to verify a citation from a Turkish writer that indicates that Japanese ships were part of the armada. BUT also if any of the Japanese built destroyers sold to France or trawlers sold to France and Italy participated.( I have a pretty good list of the trawlers sold and renamed.) Many thanks in advance--and please stay safe

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Re: Allied Ships arrive at Istanbul -Nov. 1918

Post by Tosun Saral » 29 Jan 2021 10:29

The french leaving Istanbul on Oct 1923
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Re: Allied Ships arrive at Istanbul -Nov. 1918

Post by gttf » 14 Aug 2021 22:42

Hello
AFAIK the only two Italian ships were the battleship Roma and the old torpedo cruiser Agordat.
regards

Fabrizio

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Re: Allied Ships arrive at Istanbul -Nov. 1918

Post by jerryasher » 16 Aug 2021 06:46

Many thanks gttf.

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