During WW2 the Argentinian merchant marine was modernised by using interned ships, which were visiting Argentina at the time. Many Danish and Norwegian ships were interned when these countries fell to Germany. One such ship was the former Danish ship Bretagne, which was interned at Buenos Aires. Renamed Rio Iguazu she was placed under the government controlled company Flota Mercante del Estado, later the company was Empresa Lineas Maritima Argentina (ElMA). After the war the ship continued in Argentinian Service till scrapped in 1975
Thank you Kim for the crest
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