From the announcement:
The Marine Nationale (French Navy) now joins the stable of fleets that have the highly detailed ship logs. Due the unique nature of the French Navy’s WWII experience, the logs are split into three sections:
Marine Nationale – Beginning of WWII to the Fall of France (June 1940). The entire French navy from the beginning of the war to the Armistice of 1940.
Vichy controlled Marine Nationale – June 1940 to November 1942 Those ships that remained loyal to the Vichy French Government.
Free French FNFL (Free French Naval Forces) – July 1940 to the end of the war. Those ships that joined the Free French from July 1940, plus the former Vichy ships that joined after the Torch landings and the fall of the Vichy government and those ships transferred by the Allies to Free French control.
Additionally, the never builts (like the battleships Clemenceau and Gascogne and aircraft carriers Joffre and Painleve) are included.
The deluxe ship logs are colorized and expanded to include the all classes and every ship plus those that were canceled or incomplete. Now available as digital downloads from the Download store.