The last liner built in Belgium before was the Baudouinville, which was built for the mail, passengers and some cargo route between Belgium and the Congo. The ship was completed just before the war and managed to make only three round-trips between Belgium and the Congo. In 1940 when the ship left for her fourth voyage Belgium was over run by the Germans and the ship found refuge in the French port of Nantes, there she was captured by the Germans, converted into the station hospital ship Lindau, and as such was sunk by the Germans in 1944.
Thank you Kim for the crest
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