armour belt

броневой пояс

Англо-русский морской словарь. . 1946.

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  • Armour (disambiguation) — Armour or armor (American spelling) is protective clothing for combat. Other meanings include:Military:* Armoured forces, heavy cavalry, or tank units * Vehicle armour, protecting armoured fighting vehicles or warships * Belt armor of battleships …   Wikipedia

  • belt — /bɛlt / (say belt) noun 1. a band of flexible material, as leather, worn around the waist to support clothing, for decoration, etc. 2. Sport such a band as a token of honour or achievement. 3. Surf Lifesaving a wide canvas belt which is worn by… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Belt armor — is a layer of armor plating outside the hull of warships, typically on battleships, battlecruisers, cruisers and some aircraft carriers. [those converted from other warships] Typically the belt covered from the deck down someway below the… …   Wikipedia

  • Belt Line (Atlanta) — This article is about the future Belt Line rapid transit line for Atlanta. For other uses see Beltline (disambiguation). The Belt Line (or sometimes Beltline) is a proposed street car or light rail line around the core of Atlanta. Using existing… …   Wikipedia

  • Belt — Recorded as Belt, Belte, Belts, Bilt and possibly others, this is an English surname. It is occupational and usually described a maker of leather belts and straps as in the very early recording of Arnold Belt in the tax rolls known as the Feet Of …   Surnames reference

  • Japanese armour — A samurai on horseback wearing (O yoroi) Armour in Japan has a history that goes back as far as the 4th century.[1] Japanese armour developed enormously over the centuries since its introduction to the battlefield. It was worn to varying degrees… …   Wikipedia

  • Torpedo belt — The torpedo belt was part of the armouring scheme in some warships of between the 1920s and 1940s. It consisted of a series of lightly armoured compartments, extending laterally along a narrow belt that intersected the ship s waterline. In theory …   Wikipedia

  • Mail (armour) — Chainmail redirects here. For other uses, see Chainmail (disambiguation). Maille redirects here. For one of several French villages, see Maillé (disambiguation). Maille redirects here. For the French mustard company, see Maille (company). Riveted …   Wikipedia

  • Bismarck class battleship — The Bismarck class battleships were a class of battleships built by Germany around the onset of World War II. In terms of full load displacement, the Bismarck class ships were the third largest battleships ever completed, behind the Japanese… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Erin (1913) — HMS Erin Career Name: HMS Erin …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Dreadnought (1906) — For other ships of the same name, see HMS Dreadnought. Dreadnought at sea; note the torpedo net booms folded against her side Class overview Name …   Wikipedia

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