Bari was constructed for the Russian Navy as the Muraviev Amurski, but takan over by the Germans and fought in World War I as the Pillau in the German Hochseeflotte before being taken over by Italy and renamed.
She was sunk 28 June 1943 at Livorno by U.S. B-17 bombers of the Northwest African Air Forces.

Class

Cruiser

Construction

Laid down - 1912
Launched - 11 Apr 1914
Completed - 14 Dec 1914

Sources used

Aldo Fraccaroli - Italian Warships of World War II
Andris J. Kursietis - La Regia Marina 1919-1945: The order of battle and Admirals of the Royal Italian Navy

Reference material on this unit

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