Served in the Channel until December 1914 and defended
the Suez Canal in 1915 with Montcalm. Rescued Armenians from the Turks
in September 1915. After the was she served in the Far East. Taken
off active in June 1921, broken up in 1927.
Served with the 2nd Light Cruiser Squadron. She became
stranded off Gallipoli but was refloated 29th -31st May 1915. Collided
with a British cargo ship on 7th July 1915 but was repaired. Became
flagship of the 6th Squadron at Dakar. Sunk on 27th June 1917 by a mine
laid by U61 at Brest with the loss of 42 crew.
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