- Class: Dunkerque - 2 fast battleships of 1932-34
- Displacement: 26,500 tons
- Dimensions: 702 (oa) x 102 x 28 ft.
- Machinery: 4-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 100,000 = 29.5 knots
- Armor: Main belt 283mm (at waterline), 210mm (at main deck); 30mm longitudinal torpedo bulkhead; 2 protective decks: 125mm and 50mm (lower); Main turrets and Conning tower: 360mm
- Armament: 8-13in (2x4), 16-5.1in DP (3x4,2x2), 8-37mm AA (4x2) guns; 32-12.7mm MG (8x4); 2 aircraft
- Complement: 1,431
- Builder: Ateliers & Chantiers de la Loire & Penhoët, St. Nazaire
- Laid down: 25 Nov 1934
- Launched: 12 Dec 1936
- Completed: 6 Apr 1939
- Service: Strasbourg and sister Dunkerque were both present at Mers-el-Kebir on 3 Jul 1940 when a British ultimatum was refused and Adm Somerville of Force "H" fired on the French ships. Dunkerque was damaged while trying to get underway and forced to anchor; Strasbourg escaped the British fire and sailed into the open sea; she arrived at Toulon the next day despite attacks by British carrier aircraft. Both were scuttled at Toulon 27 Nov 1942.