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Plans and colour charts for american naval dazzle camouflage (1918?), as seen today at RISD Museum, Rhode Island. Dazzle camouflage was applied to thousands of boats during WWI…

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Government news photograph of members of the US Women’s Reserve Camouflage Corps camouflaging the USS Recruit in Union Square, NYC, 1917

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USS Leviathan before (1913) and after (1918) camouflage.

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Laser sailboat designed by Marian Bantjes for the August 2010 “Handmade” issue of Wallpaper, inspired in “dazzle” naval camouflage. photo: Benedict Redgrove.

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Soldier in black and white uniform to conceal him while climbing trees. He stands in front of a house camouflaged to represent a fence and trees. Company F,…

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Original sketches by Leon Underwood, a british artist who worked for the Royal Engineers in WWI. Artists in the Royal Engineers selected a real tree on the battlefield,…

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  Original sketches by Leon Underwood, a british artist who worked for the Royal Engineers in WWI. These sketches were then used to built the fake trees. Artists…

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British (?) fake tree in no man’s land, during WWI, an advanced outpost, built with steel and iron and then camouflaged. These trees were used as observation posts…

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Krystyna Skarbek (1908-1952), nome de código Christine Granville, foi uma agente polaca do Special Operations Executive (SOE) inglês durante a segunda guerra, com várias incursões irregulares nos territórios…

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Margaretha Geertruida Zelle, conhecida por Mata Hari, c. 1914.