armored belt that was thick

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  • She was protected with a complete iron armored belt that was thick on either end and thick amidships.
  • The ship was protected by a main armored belt that was thick with a second layer of steel that was thick.
  • They had an armored belt that was thick and capped with thick bulkheads on either end of the belt.
  • The ships were protected with an armored belt that was thick amidships and reduced to forward and aft.
  • She had a waterline armored belt that was thick; her armored deck was thick, and her conning tower had thick sides.
  • She was protected with a armored belt that was thick amidships.
  • They were protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships; the belt was reduced to forward.
  • The ship was protected by an armored deck that was thick amidships and an armored belt that was thick.
  • The ships were protected by an armored deck that was thick amidships and an armored belt that was thick.
  • The ship was protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships.
  • The ship was protected by an armored belt that was thick amidships, and an armored deck that was thick.
  • The ships were protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships and thick on the bow.
  • The ship was protected by a main armored belt that was thick in the central portion that protected the ammunition magazines and machinery spaces, and reduced to on either end.
  • The ships had an armored belt that was thick in the central portion of the ship, where it protected the ammunition magazines, machinery spaces, and other critical areas of the ship.
  • Salamis had an armored belt that was thick in the central section of the ship, where it protected critical areas, such as the ammunition magazines and machinery spaces.
  • The ships had an armored belt that was thick at its strongest points, where it protected the ship's vitals, and as thin as in less critical areas, such as the bow and stern.
  • The ships had an armored belt that was thick at its strongest, where it protected the ship's vitals in the center, and as thin as in less critical areas, such as the bow and stern.
  • The ships were protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships; the bow and stern were not armored.
  • Wiesbaden and Frankfurt were protected by a waterline armored belt that was thick amidships; the belt was reduced to forward.