How to play HMS Belfast 1943 Royal Navy Cruisers World of Warships Wows Review + concealment build guide including full ship upgrades and Belfast ’43 captain skills including high quality world of warships replay wows gameplay highlights.
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Belfast ’43 is the brand new British premium Tier VIII cruiser in World of Warships. Belfast ’43 is based on a variant of one of the most powerful and largest light cruisers of the 1930s. The Town class was a 10-ship class of light cruisers of the Royal Navy. The Towns were designed to the constraints imposed by the London Naval Treaty of 1930. The ships were built in three distinct sub-classes, the Southampton, Gloucester and Edinburgh classes respectively, each sub-class adding on further weaponry.
The ship’s main battery comprised twelve 152 mm guns complemented with dual-purpose artillery, torpedo armament. The class saw much service during the Second World War and took part in many famous actions, such as the sinking of the German battleship Scharnhorst. Four, Edinburgh, Gloucester, Manchester, and Southampton, were sunk during the war. The surviving ships continued in active service to the end of the 1950s, some seeing action during the Korean War. The last Town-class ship to be scrapped was Sheffield in 1967. One ship of the Town-class HMS Belfast remains still to this day moored on the River Thames in London as a museum-ship of the Imperial War Museum, a role she has performed since 1971.