armored belt was thick

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  • The armored belt was thick in the central portion of the ship, where the most critical parts of the ship were located.
  • The upper section of the main armored belt was thick in the central portion of the ship and reduced to at either end.
  • The ships' main armored belt was thick amidships and reduced to on either end of the ship.
  • The ship's main armored belt was thick.
  • The upper section of the main armored belt was thick in the central portion of the ships, where the ships' vitals were located.
  • The ships' main armored belt was thick amidships and reduced to on either end of the central citadel.
  • Seydlitzs armored belt was thick; her upper deck was thick while the main armored deck was thick.
  • Her armored belt was thick amidships, where it protected the ship's vitals.
  • Her armored belt was thick in the central portion that protected her magazines and machinery spaces, and the deck was thick.
  • Amagis waterline armored belt was thick over her machinery spaces and over her magazines.
  • The main armored belt was thick amidships and reduced to thick aft.
  • The main armored belt was thick amidships, and reduced to at the bow and stern.
  • Her armored belt was thick amidships above the waterline, and below.
  • The main armored belt was thick, and the citadel armor was thick.
  • The armored belt was thick in the central citadel, and tapered down to forward and aft.
  • Her armored belt was thick amidships; the main battery turrets were protected with the same amount of armor plate.
  • Admiral Graf Spees armored belt was thick; her upper deck was thick while the main armored deck was thick.
  • At the waterline, their armored belt was thick amidships were the ships' vitals were located.
  • Her main armored belt was thick in the central portion, and was composed of Krupp cemented armor (KCA).
  • The armored belt was thick; this was backed with of teak.
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