Left is Jeanne Aladie, whose 'low tastes, arising from her early education, will amuse those whose palates are satiated with finely prepared dishes the guide says. 64 The ship was transferred to the museum on, and became the Imperial War Museum'sthird branch, Duxford aerodrome having been acquired in 1976. Retrieved 30 November 2011. Under Napoleon, prostitution became legal in France and the booklet arranges the various courtesans in Paris by district for ease for the potential customer. With the end of the war, Belfast remained in the Far East, conducting a number of cruises to ports in Japan, China and Malaya and sailing for Portsmouth on There she paid off into reserve, and underwent a refit during which her turbines were opened. On, with the war in Europe at an end, Belfast sailed for the Far East via Gibraltar, Malta, Alexandria, Port Said, Aden, Colombo and Sydney. On the night of 6 July Belfast was threatened at anchor by German motor torpedo boats E-boats. The old masts were then cut down in sections, the new masts erected, and the original fittings replaced. "cpmg wins planning for HMS Belfast visitor centre". The aircraft, operated by the Fleet Air Arm 's HMS Belfast Flight of 700 Naval Air Squadron, were stowed in two hangars in the forward superstructure. A 75 mm shell struck a forward compartment, killing a British sailor of Chinese origin in his hammock and wounding four other Chinese ratings. 57 Following the Trust's efforts, the government agreed to hand over Belfast to the Trustees in July 1971, with Vice Admiral Sir Donald Gibson as her first director. Retrieved Lloyd's Register Group press release.