A Review of Camouflage Literature
IN part I of this article which appeared in the MARINE CORPS GAZETTE for November, 1939, various articles covering the basic principles of camouflage were reviewed. In part II herewith, camouflage for Field Artillery, Tanks, Motor Transport, Chemical Warfare, and Airdromes are reviewed. A review of the present French Doctrine on camouflage as well as other foreign articles will appear in the next issue of the GAZETTE.
PAINTED SHIPS. Anthony Ordway, October 20, 1938.
Ken, Inc., Chicago, Illinois.
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