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HMS Implacable

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June 1932.

1795 launched as the French ship Duguay-Trouin, a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line.

1805 Captured by the British on 3 November 1805, she was renamed Implacable.

1899 The second Implacable (constructed at Devonport Dockyard) was launched, a Formidable-class battleship.

WWI She fought at the Dardanelles.

1921 She was sold for scrap.

1932 The original Implacable was used as a training ship

1949 She was scuttled, by then the second oldest ship of the Navy.

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