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4 Oct 1940

France
5 Oct 1940

France
4 Nov 1940

France
5 Nov 1940

France
8 Dec 1940

France
23 Jan 1941

France
  • Leonardo da Vinci departed Pauillac, France at 1315 hours and sailed southward up the Gironde estuary, reaching Bordeaux, France at 1600 hours. ww2dbase [Leonardo da Vinci | Pauillac, Aquitaine | CPC]
30 Jan 1941

France
1 Feb 1941

France
  • Comandante Cappellini departed Pauillac, Aquitaine, France at 0900 hours and arrived at Bordeaux at 1030 hours, ending her fourth war patrol. ww2dbase [Comandante Cappellini | Pauillac, Aquitaine | CPC]
6 Feb 1941

France
18 Feb 1941

France
  • Maggiore Baracca arrived at Pauillac, France at 1303 hours, ending her third war patrol. She was escorted into port by German minesweepers M6, M9, and M21 and German auxiliary cruiser Sperrbrecher 16. ww2dbase [M6 | M9 | M21 | Maggiore Baracca | Pauillac, Aquitaine | CPC]
19 Feb 1941

France
26 Mar 1941

France
  • Leonardo da Vinci departed Pauillac, France at 0800 hours and sailed out of the Gironde estuary for trials. Upon completion, she briefly docked at Le Verdon-sur-Mer, France at 1503 hours, and then set sail for Bordeaux, France at the southern end of the estuary, arriving at 1825 hours. ww2dbase [Leonardo da Vinci | Pauillac, Aquitaine | CPC]
9 Apr 1941

France
9 Dec 1941

France
  • Leonardo da Vinci departed Pauillac, France at 0930 hours and sailed southward up the Gironde estuary, reaching Bordeaux, France at 1130 hours. ww2dbase [Leonardo da Vinci | Pauillac, Aquitaine | CPC]
20 Dec 1942

France
  • Comandante Cappellini departed Pauillac, Aquitaine, France at 1330 hours and arrived at Le Verdon-sur-Mer, Aquitaine, France at 1630 hours. ww2dbase [Comandante Cappellini | Pauillac, Aquitaine | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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