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?''Dunkerque'' is unique from the other Tier VI battleships with her high top speed and entirely forward-facing armament. She plays extremely similar to ''[[Ship:North Carolina|North Carolina]], [[Ship:Iowa|Iowa]]'', or ''[[Ship:Izumo|Izumo]]'' in that she is very durable when bow on, but has weak armor when broadside. Be careful to avoid close quarter brawl or static bow-on battle with other battleships early in the game as a well placed salvo can disable one or even both of her turrets. Her guns have a high muzzle velocity with fast shell travel time, but dispersion can be annoying at times. She is good at killing destroyers and cruisers, but will struggle against a well-angled battleship in much the same way as ''[[Ship:Scharnhorst|Scharnhorst]]'' will. However, she can outrun equal tier battleships, so use this speed to decline unfavorable engagements and support your team in killing enemy cruisers and to punish battleships who make positional mistakes.+''Dunkerque'' is unique from the other Tier VI battleships with her high top speed and entirely forward-facing armament. She plays extremely similar to ''[[North Carolina]], [[Iowa]]'', or ''[[Izumo]]'' in that she is very durable when bow on, but has weak armor when broadside. Be careful to avoid close quarter brawl or static bow-on battle with other battleships early in the game as a well placed salvo can disable one or even both of her turrets. Her guns have a high muzzle velocity with fast shell travel time, but dispersion can be annoying at times. She is good at killing destroyers and cruisers, but will struggle against a well-angled battleship in much the same way as ''[[Scharnhorst]]'' will. However, she can outrun equal tier battleships, so use this speed to decline unfavorable engagements and support your team in killing enemy cruisers and to punish battleships who make positional mistakes.
  
 '''[https://forum.worldofwarships.com/index.php?/topic/90963-premium-ship-review-dunkerque/ LittleWhiteMouse's Premium Ship Review: Dunkerque] from the NA forums''' '''[https://forum.worldofwarships.com/index.php?/topic/90963-premium-ship-review-dunkerque/ LittleWhiteMouse's Premium Ship Review: Dunkerque] from the NA forums'''
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 * Best-in-tier turret traverse speed. * Best-in-tier turret traverse speed.
 * Good shell velocity. * Good shell velocity.
?* Excellent main battery range (second only to ''[[Ship:Fuso|Fuso]]'' at Tier VI).+* Excellent main battery range (second only to ''[[Fuso]]'' at Tier VI).
 * Secondaries are concentrated in the back which can defend yourself from a destroyer who sneaks up behind you. * Secondaries are concentrated in the back which can defend yourself from a destroyer who sneaks up behind you.
 * Outstanding speed. ''Dunkerque'' is the fastest Tier VI battleship in the game. * Outstanding speed. ''Dunkerque'' is the fastest Tier VI battleship in the game.
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 * Underwhelming AA suite leaves her highly vulnerable to enemy aircraft. * Underwhelming AA suite leaves her highly vulnerable to enemy aircraft.
 * Orientation of secondary batteries limits their usefulness in close-quarters situations from the front. * Orientation of secondary batteries limits their usefulness in close-quarters situations from the front.
?* 15-inch guns (380mm) such as those on [[Ship:Warspite|''Warspite'']] can overmatch her frontal armor, leading to possible citadel hits when bow-on to certain enemies.+* 15-inch guns (380mm) such as those on ''[[Warspite]]'' can overmatch her frontal armor, leading to possible citadel hits when bow-on to certain enemies.
 * As with most battleships of her tier, fires are a serious threat to her. * As with most battleships of her tier, fires are a serious threat to her.
  
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 File:DunkerqueFleet.jpg|''Dunkerque'' prepares to enter battle with the fleet. File:DunkerqueFleet.jpg|''Dunkerque'' prepares to enter battle with the fleet.
?File:DunkerqueEngages.jpg|''Dunkerque'' opens fire upon an enemy, supported by a friendly ''[[ship:Warspite|Warspite]]''.+File:DunkerqueEngages.jpg|''Dunkerque'' opens fire upon an enemy, supported by a friendly ''[[Warspite]]''.
 File:DunkerqueAbove.jpg|''Dunkerque'' fires its' main guns. File:DunkerqueAbove.jpg|''Dunkerque'' fires its' main guns.
 File:DunkerqueSorties.jpg|''Dunkerque'' sorties to defend her home port. File:DunkerqueSorties.jpg|''Dunkerque'' sorties to defend her home port.
?File:DunkerqueSupport.jpg|An ''[[ship:Anshan|Anshan]]'' destroyer moves to support the French battleship.+File:DunkerqueSupport.jpg|An ''[[Anshan]]'' destroyer moves to support the French battleship.
?File:DunkerqueCover.jpg|A ''Dunkerque'' uses an island to help cover its maneuvers. In the background, a friendly ''[[Ship:Fuso|Fuso]]'' class battleship presses the attack.+File:DunkerqueCover.jpg|A ''Dunkerque'' uses an island to help cover its maneuvers. In the background, a friendly ''[[Fuso]]'' class battleship presses the attack.
?File:DunkerqueNM.jpg|A ''[[Ship:New Mexico|New Mexico]]'' class battleship falls to the combined force of ''Dunkerque'', ''[[ship:Warspite|Warspite]]'', and ''[[ship:Anshan|Anshan]]''.+File:DunkerqueNM.jpg|A ''[[New Mexico]]'' class battleship falls to the combined force of ''Dunkerque'', ''[[Warspite]]'', and ''[[Anshan]]''.
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 <h3>Construction</h3> <h3>Construction</h3>
?:Arsenale de Brest, Brest, France<br />+:Arsenale de Brest, Brest, France
?:Laid down: 24 December 1932<br />+:Laid down: 24 December 1932
?:Launched: 02 October 1935<br />+:Launched: 02 October 1935
 :Completed: 09 June 1938 :Completed: 09 June 1938
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 ===Specifications=== ===Specifications===
?:26,500 tons standard displacement<br />+:26,500 tons standard displacement
?:215m length<br />+:215m length
?:31m beam<br />+:31m beam
?:8.7m draft<br />+:8.7m draft
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 ====Machinery==== ====Machinery====
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 ====Performance==== ====Performance====
?:29.5knts at 112,500shp<br />+:29.5 knots at 112,500 shaft horsepower
?:7,500nm range at 15knts+:7,500nm range at 15 knots
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 ====Armor==== ====Armor====
?:Main belt: 225mm<br />+:Main belt: 225mm
?:Bulkheads: 210mm forward; 189mm aft<br />+:Bulkheads: 210mm forward; 189mm aft
?:Decks: 115-125mm main; 40-50mm lower<br />+:Decks: 115-125mm main; 40-50mm lower
?:Barbettes: 310mm<br />+:Barbettes: 310mm
 :Turrets: 330mm face, sides; 335-345mm rear; 150mm roof :Turrets: 330mm face, sides; 335-345mm rear; 150mm roof
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 ==== Aircraft ==== ==== Aircraft ====
?:Four Loire 130 floatplanes, one catapult+:Four (4) Loire 130 floatplanes, one catapult
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 ==== Service ==== ==== Service ====
  
?''Dunkerque'' began service in April, 1936 while still not fully complete. Work remained to be finished on her superstructure and her light anti-aircraft complement had not been installed. She continued sea trials through 1937, and represented France during the coronation review for Britain’s George VI in May. Afterward, she embarked on a series of colonial visits, returning to France in early 1938, at which time she actively joined the fleet as the flagship of the Atlantic Squadron.+''Dunkerque'' began service in April 1936 while still not fully complete. Work remained to be finished on her superstructure and her light anti-aircraft complement had not been installed. She continued sea trials through 1937, and represented France during the coronation review for Britain’s George VI in May. Afterward, she embarked on a series of colonial visits, returning to France in early 1938, at which time she actively joined the fleet as the flagship of the Atlantic Squadron.
  
 In early 1939, ''Dunkerque'' was attached to the Raiding Force, operating as part of a French neutrality patrol and observation force off the Spanish coast during the end of the Spanish Civil War. Based in Brest, ''Dunkerque'' visited Britain and was back in port at the outbreak of World War II. In early 1939, ''Dunkerque'' was attached to the Raiding Force, operating as part of a French neutrality patrol and observation force off the Spanish coast during the end of the Spanish Civil War. Based in Brest, ''Dunkerque'' visited Britain and was back in port at the outbreak of World War II.
  
?''Dunkerque'' spent most of 1939 operating in support of Atlantic convoys or attempting to intercept German raiders, ending in a joint sortie with HMS ''Hood'' at the time ''[[Ship:Scharnhorst|Scharnhorst]]'' and ''[[Ship:Gneisenau|Gneisenau]]'' were also raiding in the North Atlantic. She sustained damage from heavy seas and returned to port for repairs. On 11 December, 1939, ''Dunkerque'' sailed from Brest for Halifax, Nova Scotia, carrying gold to pay for weapons. On her return, she escorted a troop convoy to Britain. Returning to Brest in late December, she underwent refit, repairs, and trials until deployed in April to Mers-el-Kebir with the Raiding Force as a counter to the increasingly belligerent Italy.+''Dunkerque'' spent most of 1939 operating in support of Atlantic convoys or attempting to intercept German raiders, ending in a joint sortie with HMS ''Hood'' at the time ''[[Scharnhorst]]'' and ''[[Gneisenau]]'' were also raiding in the North Atlantic. She sustained damage from heavy seas and returned to port for repairs. On 11 December 1939, ''Dunkerque'' sailed from Brest for Halifax, Nova Scotia, carrying gold to pay for weapons. On her return, she escorted a troop convoy to Britain. Returning to Brest in late December, she underwent refit, repairs, and trials until deployed in April to Mers-el-Kebir with the Raiding Force as a counter to the increasingly belligerent Italy.
  
 ''Dunkerque'' stayed less than a week, redeploying back to Brest in support of operations in Norway, but was again sent back to Mers-el-Kébir before April had ended. She sortied several times in attempts to intercept Italian ships, but all proved to be failures. ''Dunkerque'' stayed less than a week, redeploying back to Brest in support of operations in Norway, but was again sent back to Mers-el-Kébir before April had ended. She sortied several times in attempts to intercept Italian ships, but all proved to be failures.
  
?Still in port at Mers-el-Kébir, ''Dunkerque'' was in port when the British launched Operation Catapult. Force H, consisting of several battleships, bombarded the French fleet at Mers-el-Kébir on the 22 of June, 1940, in the belief that crippling or sinking the French ships would keep them out of German hands. ''Dunkerque'' sustained heavy damage. The British, not believing ''Dunkerque'' to have sustained sufficient damage to prevent her use if captured, attacked again, this time with aircraft from HMS ''Ark Royal''. Though sustaining one direct torpedo hit only, two further torpedoes struck auxiliary ships moored alongside, one carrying a load of depth charges. These were detonated by the torpedo strike, causing massive damage, and combined with the direct torpedo strike on ''Dunkerque'' herself, caused sufficient flooding to settle her in the harbor.+Still in port at Mers-el-Kébir, ''Dunkerque'' was in port when the British launched Operation Catapult. Force H, consisting of several battleships, bombarded the French fleet at Mers-el-Kébir on 22 June 1940, in the belief that crippling or sinking the French ships would keep them out of German hands. ''Dunkerque'' sustained heavy damage. The British, not believing ''Dunkerque'' to have sustained sufficient damage to prevent her use if captured, attacked again, this time with aircraft from HMS ''Ark Royal''. Though sustaining one direct torpedo hit only, two further torpedoes struck auxiliary ships moored alongside, one carrying a load of depth charges. These were detonated by the torpedo strike, causing massive damage, and combined with the direct torpedo strike on ''Dunkerque'' herself, caused sufficient flooding to settle her in the harbor.
?''Dunkerque'' was made watertight and floated off the bottom by September of 1940, but repairs, several fires, and consequent delays prevented her from returning to France until January of 1942. Reaching Toulon, ''Dunkerque'' went into drydock two years to the day after the initial attack in Mers-el-Kébir for full repairs. +''Dunkerque'' was made watertight and floated off the bottom by September 1940, but repairs, several fires, and consequent delays prevented her from returning to France until January 1942. Reaching Toulon, ''Dunkerque'' went into drydock two years to the day after the initial attack in Mers-el-Kébir for full repairs.
  
?Still in drydock in November of 1942, the German militarization of Cosmopolitan Vichy France saw an attempt to seize the various ships of the French fleet in dock or at anchor in Toulon. To prevent her falling into German hands, the crew of ''Dunkerque'' scuttled her, detonating charges throughout the ship and setting her afire. She settled in dock, where she remained until 1944, when she was stripped down, her bow removed, and refloated to clear the dock.+Still in drydock in November 1942, the German militarization of Cosmopolitan Vichy France saw an attempt to seize the various ships of the French fleet in dock or at anchor in Toulon. To prevent her falling into German hands, the crew of ''Dunkerque'' scuttled her, detonating charges throughout the ship and setting her afire. She settled in dock, where she remained until 1944, when she was stripped down, her bow removed, and refloated to clear the dock.
  
 ''Dunkerque'' was never repaired. She was sold for scrap in 1958. ''Dunkerque'' was never repaired. She was sold for scrap in 1958.
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 File:Dunkerque-1.jpg|''Dunkerque'' in un-dated, pre-war photo File:Dunkerque-1.jpg|''Dunkerque'' in un-dated, pre-war photo
?File:Dunkerque-206a4020.jpg|Line drawing of ''Dunkerque''+File:Dunkerque-206a4020.jpg|Line drawing of ''Dunkerque''.
?File:Dunkerquespit.jpg|''Dunkerque'' at Spithead for the coronation of King George VI, 1937+File:Dunkerquespit.jpg|''Dunkerque'' at Spithead for the coronation of King George VI, 1937.
?File:Dunkerque_inboard_profile.png|Inboard profile of ''Dunkerque''+File:Dunkerque_inboard_profile.png|Inboard profile of ''Dunkerque''.
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Dunkerque
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Battleship | France | Tier VI
Tech Tree Position
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General
Purchase pricepromo  Doubloons
Hit Points52,600 
Main Battery
330 mm/52 2 х 4 pcs.
Rate of Fire2.31 shots/min.
Reload Time26 sec.
Rotation Speeddeg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time36 sec.
Firing Range18.21 km.
Maximum Dispersion244 m.
HE Shell330 mm HE OEA Mle 1935 
Maximum HE Shell Damage4,800 
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell35 %
Initial HE Shell Velocity885 m./s.
HE Shell Weight552 kg.
AP Shell330 mm AP OPfK Mle 1935 
Maximum AP Shell Damage9,700 
Initial AP Shell Velocity870 m./s.
AP Shell Weight560 kg.
Secondary Armament #1
130 mm/45 Mle 19322 х 4 pcs.
Firing Rangekm.
Rate of Fire12 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
HE Shell130 mm HE OEA Mle 1934 
Maximum HE Shell Damage1,900 
Initial HE Shell Velocity840 m./s.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shel%
Secondary Armament #2
130 mm/45 Mle 19322 х 2 pcs.
Firing Rangekm.
Rate of Fire12 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
HE Shell130 mm HE OEA Mle 1934 
Maximum HE Shell Damage1,900 
Initial HE Shell Velocity840 m./s.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shel%
Secondary Armament #3
130 mm/45 Mle 19321 х 4 pcs.
Firing Rangekm.
Rate of Fire12 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
HE Shell130 mm HE OEA Mle 1934 
Maximum HE Shell Damage1,900 
Initial HE Shell Velocity840 m./s.
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shel%
AA Defense
13.2 mm/76 CAQ Mle 19298 х 4 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second40 
. . . Firing Range1.2 km.
37 mm/50 Mle 19335 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second11.5 
. . . Firing Rangekm.
130 mm/45 Mle 19322 х 4 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second24.4 
. . . Firing Range5.19 km.
130 mm/45 Mle 19322 х 2 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second17.2 
. . . Firing Range5.19 km.
130 mm/45 Mle 19321 х 4 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second12.2 
. . . Firing Range5.19 km.
Maneuverability
Maximum Speed29.5 knot
Turning Circle Radius730 m.
Rudder Shift Time14 sec.
Concealment
Surface Detectability Range16.92 km.
Air Detectability Range9.58 km.
Battle Levels
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VI
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Dunkerque — French promo premium Tier VI battleship.

A high-speed battlecruiser designed to counter German heavy cruisers. The ship had good torpedo protection, carried numerous dual-purpose guns and had powerful horizontal armor. Her main turrets were placed in the fore end thus making any aft firing scenarios impossible.

Modules

Main Battery Rate of Fire
(shots/min)
180° Turn Time
(sec)
Maximum Dispersion
(m)
Maximum HE Shell Damage
(HP)
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell
(%)
Maximum AP Shell Damage
(HP)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
330 mm/52

St. Chamond Mle

1932
2.3362444,800359,700 00
Hull Hit Points
(HP)
Armor
(mm)
Armor
(mm)
Main Turrets
(pcs.)
Secondary Gun Turrets
(pcs.)
AA Mounts
(pcs.)
Torpedo Tubes
(pcs.)
Hangar Capacity
(pcs.)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
Dunkerque52,6001634022/35/8/2/30 00
Gun Fire Control System Firing Range Increase
(%)
Maximum Firing Range
(km)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
PCA Mle 1940018.2 00
Engine Maximum Speed
(knot)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
Propulsion: 107,000 hp29.5 00

Compatible Upgrades

 Slot 1  Main Armaments Modification 1 Auxiliary Armaments Modification 1 Magazine Modification 1
 Slot 2  Damage Control System Modification 1 Propulsion Modification 1 Steering Gears Modification 1
 Slot 3  Main Battery Modification 2 Secondary Battery Modification 1 AA Guns Modification 1 Aiming Systems Modification 1
 Slot 4  Damage Control System Modification 2 Propulsion Modification 2 Steering Gears Modification 2

Player Opinion

Performance

Dunkerque is unique from the other Tier VI battleships with her high top speed and entirely forward-facing armament. She plays extremely similar to North Carolina, Iowa, or Izumo in that she is very durable when bow on, but has weak armor when broadside. Be careful to avoid close quarter brawl or static bow-on battle with other battleships early in the game as a well placed salvo can disable one or even both of her turrets. Her guns have a high muzzle velocity with fast shell travel time, but dispersion can be annoying at times. She is good at killing destroyers and cruisers, but will struggle against a well-angled battleship in much the same way as Scharnhorst will. However, she can outrun equal tier battleships, so use this speed to decline unfavorable engagements and support your team in killing enemy cruisers and to punish battleships who make positional mistakes.

LittleWhiteMouse's Premium Ship Review: Dunkerque from the NA forums


Pros:

  • Turret layout means bow-on brings all eight guns to bear on a target.
  • Armor is very likely to bounce 14-inch (and below) armor-piercing rounds, due to overmatch mechanics.
  • Best-in-tier turret traverse speed.
  • Good shell velocity.
  • Excellent main battery range (second only to Fuso at Tier VI).
  • Secondaries are concentrated in the back which can defend yourself from a destroyer who sneaks up behind you.
  • Outstanding speed. Dunkerque is the fastest Tier VI battleship in the game.
  • Rudder shift is insanely fast for a battleship, can be boosted by Steering Gears Modification 2 to be even faster.

Cons:

  • Large profile ensures most incoming rounds will find something to hit.
  • With only two turrets, turret incapacitation or destruction is her worst nightmare.
  • Turning is rather slow, especially due to her turn radius.
  • Below average torpedo protection; every torpedo that hits home will hit hard and her size means avoiding them is challenging.
  • Underwhelming AA suite leaves her highly vulnerable to enemy aircraft.
  • Orientation of secondary batteries limits their usefulness in close-quarters situations from the front.
  • 15-inch guns (380mm) such as those on Warspite can overmatch her frontal armor, leading to possible citadel hits when bow-on to certain enemies.
  • As with most battleships of her tier, fires are a serious threat to her.

Research

As a premium ship, Dunkerque doesn't have any upgrades to research.

Optimal Configuration

Upgrades

Dunkerque captains should equip Main Armaments Modification 1 to increase turret durability, and pay special attention to the Tier 5 skill Preventative Maintenance.

Commander Skills

With all of her firepower in two turret modules, Preventative Maintenance will increase the survivability of her main battery and reduce instances of potentially catastrophic turret destruction.

Camouflage

As a premium ship, Dunkerque comes included with Type 10 camouflage that lowers her detection radius, reduces the accuracy of incoming shells, and increases the amount of experience she earns.

Gallery

Historical Info

Historical Gallery


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