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Vichy versus Asia: The Franco-Siamese War of 1941
Vichy versus Asia: The Franco-Siamese War of 1941
Koh Chang Naval Battle
Dr. Andrew McGregor
Aberfoyle International Security
Toronto, Ontario

 FNEO – Forces Navales d’Extrême-Orient  

Lamotte-Piquet

Light cruiser (Flagship)

1926

9350 tons

8  6.1” guns

Sunk by aircraft, Dec.1, 1945

Dumont d’Urville

Colonial sloop

1933

2,600 tons

Amiral Charner

Colonial sloop

1933

2,600 tons

Scuttled, March 10, 1945

Tahure

First-class sloop

1919

850 tons

Marne

First-class sloop

1916

601 tons

Scuttled in the River Canthro, March 10, 1945  

Siamese Naval Forces

Dhonburi

(Domburi)

Coastal defense cutter

c. 1938

2,265 tons

4  8’ guns

Caspsized under tow, Jan.14, 1941

Ahidéa

(Sri Ayuthia)

Coastal defense cutter

c. 1938

2,265 tons

4  8” guns

Ran aground, Jan.14, 1941

Raised by the Japanese

Sunk by shore-fire, 1951

Chonduri

Torpedo boat

470 tons

Sunk, Jan.14, 1941

Trat

(Trad)

Torpedo boat

470 tons

Sunk, Jan.14, 1941

Songhkli

(Songkhla)

Torpedo boat

470 tons

Sunk, Jan.14, 1941



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Copyright © 2002 Andrew McGregor.

Written by Dr. Andrew McGregor. If you have questions or comments on this article, please contact Andrew McGregor at:
 mcgregor@aberfoylesecurity.com.

About the author:
Andrew McGregor is director of Toronto-based Aberfoyle International Security (AIS) and former senior editor of the Global Terrorism Analysis Program of the Washington DC based Jamestown Foundation. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto’s Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations in 2000 and is a former Research Associate of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs. He is the author of an archaeological history of Darfur published by Cambridge University in 2001. His latest book is A Military History of Modern Egypt, published by Praeger Security International. Dr. McGregor has written over 700 articles on international military and security issues for organizations including Jane’s Intelligence, the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies. He also provides frequent commentary on military and security issues for international newspapers, radio and television, including the New York Times, Financial Times, CNN, Fox News, al-Jazeera, the CBC and the BBC. He can be reached at mcgregor@aberfoylesecurity.com, or visit the AIS website at www.aberfoylesecurity.com.

Published online: 11/16/2002.
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