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  1. Seaweed

    British and Commonwealth Warship Camouflage of WW II, volume II by Malcolm Wright

    Warship camouflage goes back to the First World War as a means of concealing identity, heading and speed, and confusing an enemy range taker. Here Malcolm Wright takes us through the schemes used in World War Two and explains how they varied by station according to climate; fog demands one...