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27 May 1927

France
  • Thirteen years after its keel was laid down, the French aircraft carrier BĂ©arn was completed. The BĂ©arn would become the longest surviving aircraft carrier in the world (not being scrapped until 1968) although it spent much of its life out of commission. ww2dbase [BĂ©arn | AC]

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