T-35 was one of two ex-German destroyers commissioned into the US Navy after WWII, the other being the much larger Z-39 (DD 939). After evaluation by the Navy, T-35 was sold to France in 1947 for use as a parts hulk to support other ex-German vessels in French service.
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