HMS Belfast Heavy Cruiser, 1941. This Ship Is Open As A Tourist Attraction In London

Almirante Latorre, was a super-dreadnought battleship built for the Chilean Navy. She was the first of a planned two-ship class that would respond to earlier warship purchases by other South American countries. Soon after the ship was ordered in November 1911, and was approaching completion when she was bought by the United Kingdom's Royal Navy for use in the First World War. She served in the Grand Fleet as HMS Canada for the duration of the war and saw action during the Battle of Jutland.

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