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Subject: "IENA" The French pre 'Dreadnought' battleship was destroyed in a repairs basin in the harbour at Toulon by an explosion in her hold due to decomposing powder propellant - there were 200 victims - The ship was gutted but not destroyed. It was used for target practice thereafter, and finally sunk 2 years later,
Date: 1907
Size: approx 140 x 88 mm - Standard Size
Publisher: photographer - Marius Bar - Toulon
Publisher's Card No: not numbered
Used: A 5cme green stamp is affixed to the front. It was posted in Toulon - date not clear
Stamp Box: None
Condition: This card is not in the best condition - I think the images do it justice
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