HMS Belfast Arrives in London


HMS Belfast was taken to London to act as a permanent reminder of Britain's naval heritage in the heart of the capital city in 1971. It had served in the D-Day landings and in the Korean War. It was later attached to the Imperial War Museum.


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by Stephen Luscombe