|Camp Sherman, Chillicothe OH, building camouflage (1919)|
|Distant view of same building (1919)|
As was featured in an earlier post, it was common to use perspective illusions in setting up phony pictorial scenes.
Henry Berry [American artist, writer and WWI camoufleur], Make the Kaiser Dance. NY: Doubleday, 1978, p. 206—
None of us, including the captain, knew a goddamn thing about camouflage, but it got us out of all the drilling and what have you.
|309th Engineers, Camp Taylor KY (1918)|
|European building camouflage (c1918)|
|Ambulances painted on building, Camp Taylor KY (1918)|
|Camouflaged Naval Air Station in FL (c1919)|