Italian tankers that survived World War II
Posted by: LColombo
Date: October 05, 2017 09:14AM
For a list that I am making, I am trying to find the names of the Italian tankers that survived WWII. Not including the ones that were outside the Mediterranean in 1940, interned or seized by other countries, and returned to Italy postwar; and not counting the ones that were still afloat but were captured by other countries (for instance, CELENO and LINA CAMPANELLA).
The ones that I know are:
SERGIO LAGHI (10,495 grt, built 1943)
POZA RICA (7,599 grt, built 1940; originally ordered by Mexico, was delivered to Mexico after the war)
RONDINE (6,077 GRT, built 1924)
ANNARELLA (5,999 GRT, built 1913)
UGO FIORELLI (1,620 grt, built 1943)
VITTORINO ZANIBON (1,622 grt, built 1943)
Were there any others?