A blog for clarifying and continuing the findings that were published in Camoupedia: A Compendium of Research on Art, Architecture and Camouflage, by Roy R. Behrens (Bobolink Books, 2009).
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.