Charles Brun (France)

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Charles Brun (22 November 1821, Toulon – 13 January 1897, Paris) was a 1st class engineer of the French Navy stationed at Rochefort, France.

He was famously involved in building the submarine Plongeur,[1] which had been designed by Simon Bourgeois, in 1862.

Charles Brun later became:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Le Masson, H. (1969) Du Nautilus (1800) au Redoubtable (Histoire critique du sous-marin dans la marine française), Paris pp.55–59