Corona

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Nominal Guns40E-WIKI
NationalityKingdom of Italy
OperatorState Navy
PreviouslyItalian Fifth Rate frigate 'Corona' (1807) (40)
Launched27.12.1807E-WIKI
How acquiredPurpose builtE-WIKI
ShipyardVenice E-WIKI
CategoryFifth RateE-WIKI
National RateTroisième RangE-WIKI
Ship TypeFrigate E-WIKI
Sailing RigShip RiggedE-WIKI
Transfered4.1810E-WIKI
BecomesFrench Fifth Rate frigate 'La Corona' (1810) (40)

Service History


DateEventSource
13.3.1811Battle of Lissa


Sources


IDNameAuthorType
E-WIKIWikipediaVarious, Web Site
 

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Posted by Renato Milan on Monday 6th of October 2014 18:57

The frigate CORONA was EVER an ITALIAN frigate. Its name relates to the "Corona di Ferro", i.e. Italy's Crown. Its captain was Nicolò Pasqualigo, captured in the battle of Lissa. All the British painters of this battle portrayed it with the Italian Flag. So, it's time to Take note of this.

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