The War, and Post-War Edit
In the First World War, Harland and Wolff built monitors and cruisers, including the 15-inch gun armed "large light cruiser" HMS Glorious. In 1918, the company opened a new shipyard on the eastern side of the Musgrave Channel which was named the East Yard. This yard specialised in mass-produced ships of standard design developed in the First World War.
Eventually, Harland and Wolff had stopped building ships. Instead, they built engines and repair damaged ships though the company had indeed seen its ship-related workload increase slightly.
On August 5th, the company announced they would cease trading, and entered into Administration, on August 7th, 2019. They were subsequently bought by the London-based energy firm InfraStrata, saving the remaining jobs.