Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Dazzle Camouflage as Delirium Tremens

Above In an earlier post, we featured a World War I-era paragraph from the Washington Times, in which dazzle ship camouflage was compared to what the writer called "marine delirium tremens." Reproduced here is a similar sentiment, in cartoon form, that was published in the Observer (Auckland, New Zealand). Vol 38, No 20, on 19 January 1918.


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