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Pigeons Bred with Camouflage, 1941 Camouflaged pigeons, with a mottled plumage to make them almost invisible to the enemy, were bred in Ontario, during WWII, by Ray R….

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1943 – Photo from a camouflage class at New York University, where men and women make models from aerial photographs and devise a camouflage scheme for a defense…

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1943 – A camouflage class at New York University, where men and women make models from aerial photographs and devise a camouflage scheme for a defense plant. This…

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WW i German FOKKER D. VII, 1918. This reproduction aircraft, on display at Museum of the USAF, is painted to represent the Fokker D. VII of Lt. Rudolph…

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The pink submarine in Operation Petticoat,  a 1959 film by Blake Edwards.

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Mountbatten Pink Is a naval camouflage color invented by and named after Lord Mountbatten (1900-1979). This colour was best suited to hide vessels during dawn and dusk, often…

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WWII Spitfire painted in baby pink. During WWII some spy planes were painted pink to elude the enemy. Some how it was discovered baby colours, specially pink, were…

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Margaretha Geertruida Macleod, conhecida como Mata Hari, c. 1906

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Margaretha Geertruida Macleod, conhecida como Mata Hari, c. 1905

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Simultaneous Citroen B12 and clothing by Sonia Delaunay, 1925. Sonia Delaunay is wearing a patterned suit standing next to the Citroen B12 decorated with the same pattern.