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Photo book of "Dazzle Camouflage" that was given to battleships aiming to deceive enemies rather than camouflaging 06

Dazzle camouflage (yes, that’s where Razzle Dazzle comes from) was used in American and British Navies during World War I and World War II. Dazzle ships we.

Dazzle camouflage used in WW1 & 2 by the Allied navies. Used to confuse the enemy as they would have difficulty distinguishing size and type of craft or the direction it was moving.

Dazzled World

DAZZLE CAMOUFLAGE OF WORLD WAR I Modern art, wartime strategy and perceptual psychology converged during World War I, giving rise to dazzle camouflage. Unlike traditional camouflage, which attempted.

British Royal Navy lieutenant and artist Norman Wilkinson is usually credited with the idea of disruptive camouflage. But, another man, naturalist John Graham Kerr, claimed that he had the idea three years earlier.

Camouflage: HMS Kildangan painted with a dazzle design in 1918 in order to disguise it from the enemy

Dazzle Camouflage

Artist Norman Wilkinson developed a beautifully abstract form of camouflage to protect ships from German U-boats in fighting war with Art.