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10,136 ton U.S. [[heavy cruiser]]s built, based on serious analysis of other countries' cruisers, built 1934-1937; well-armored although three were sunk in [[Battle of Savo Island]]
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10,136 ton U.S. [[heavy cruiser]]s designed, based on serious analysis of other countries' cruisers and a refinement of the [[Portland-class]], built 1934-1937; well-armored although three were sunk in [[Battle of Savo Island]]

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New Orleans-class [r]: 10,136 ton U.S. heavy cruisers designed, based on serious analysis of other countries' cruisers and a refinement of the Portland-class, built 1934-1937; well-armored although three were sunk in Battle of Savo Island