Submarine of the Diane class
|Navy||The French Navy|
|Built by||Ch. Worms (Rouen, France)|
|Laid down||28 Dec 1928|
|Launched||18 Aug 1930|
|Commissioned||12 Oct 1933|
|End service||26 Apr 1946|
Escaped from Casablanca to Dakar during the Allied landing in North Africa and rejoined the Allies.
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Notable events involving Antiope include:
20 May 1940
While on patrol in the North Sea, Antiope (Lt. M.A.L. Balastre) fires 3 torpedoes at her sister ship La Sybille (Lt.Cdr. A.J.R. Raybaud) in position 53°23'N, 03°44'E. Fortunately the torpedoes miss their target.
28 Dec 1944
Antiope departed Key West, Florida, USA for the Philadelphia Navy Yard for a refit.
2 Jan 1945
Antiope arrived at the Philadelphia Navy Yard from Key West, Florida, USA for a refit.
21 Mar 1945
Antiope departed the Philadelphia Navy Yard for Key West, Florida, USA.
26 Mar 1945
Antiope arrived at Key West, Florida, USA.
12 Jul 1945
Antiope departed Key West, Florida, USA for Oran, Algeria via Bermuda and Ponta Delgada, Azores.
23 Jul 1945
Antiope departed Bermuda for Oran, Algeria via Ponta Delgada, Azores.
- ADM 199/1853 + ADM 199/2494
ADM numbers indicate documents at the British National Archives at Kew, London.