HMS Ceylon was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy. She was of the Ceylon sub class, named after the island of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).
HMS Ceylon (C30) was a Ceylon (modified Crown Colony) class light cruiser of the Royal Navy, named after the island of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).
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Built by Stephens at Govan and launched on 30 July 1942, she was completed on 13 July 1943. After two months in the Home Fleet she was transferred to the 4th Cruiser ...
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Allied Warships HMS Ceylon (30) Light cruiser of the Fiji class. HMS Ceylon as completed in 1943.
HMS Ceylon was a Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the Royal Navy. She was of the Ceylon sub class, named after the island of Ceylon . The cruiser saw service in ...
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HMS Ceylon; HMS Ceylon: Aluksen vaiheet; Rakentaja: Alexander Stephen and Sons, Govan, Skotlanti: Kölinlasku: 27. huhtikuuta 1939: Laskettu vesille: 30. heinäkuuta 1942