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Green lizard lacerta bilineata and viridis jersey lizard.

Jeep car truck, transportation traffic.

Chameleon female branch.

Hideout cat pet, animals.

Insect stick plant, animals.

Military camouflage family, people.

Soldier war patrol.

Wall camouflage summer.

Butterflies feeding sugar water, animals.

Xh558 avro vulcan.

Army soldier military, people.

Salamander lizard mountains.

Salamander lizard mountains.

Cat mackerel camouflage, animals.

Scout explore reconnoiter.

Butterfly exotic south america, animals.

Green lizard lacerta bilineata and viridis jersey lizard.

Patrol soldier uniform.

Typhoon raf airshow.

Butterfly feeding sugar water, animals.

Vulcan bomber bomber jet.

Cat hiding place wooden wall, animals.

Butterfly suction nozzles proboscis, animals.

Hertenjacht met behulp van camouflage

Stalking the enemy in the forest; two soldiers watching enemy soldiers in camouflage, at Chattanooga, Tenn. Nov. 11, 1863

Road near Rheims -- camouflage

Bringing a field gun into action alongside a ruined cottage

Infantry passing one of the new armoured cars on their way to the front line

Stripped gunners at work loading a big gun

Troops passing through a camoflaged trench to obscure the enemy's view

British troops camouflaging a road in France

Mr Balfour watching one of our big guns about to fire

Not only is camoflage [sic] made at depots, but our engineers make it at the front

King in a gun pit

Engineers making camoflage at the front

Officers in a concealed communication trench

Big gun (just finished firing) being covered up prior to moving

Crew of a 6' gun

Portuguese at a Gas School

Screened howitzers

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Levins gas projectiles thirty two seconds after explosion

Camouflage - Ships - U.S. Destroyer wickes in camouflaged coat, Queenstown, England

Camouflage - Roads - Represents a screen for a similar tactical purpose and constructed, not by artillery, but is the engineers, using rafia supplied by the camouflage department. (For further information on the screens, see the British S.S. publication, No.---, entitled "Notes on Screens."

Camouflage - Artillery - Types of ordnance. Large gun and wireless station camouflaged

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Smoke Screen device. French officer demonstrates Fumigene, a cloud forming gas. The gas is contained in a tube and when released forms a heavy smoke screen completely hiding from view objects for several yards around. Those tubes are now used to hide artillery and troop movements from enemy observers

Camouflage - Buildings - Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio. Camouflage practice work on Y.M.C.A. Hut

Camouflage - Artillery - Types of ordnance. Camouflaged field gun. Front view

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - A perfect 3" wooden gun. A close-up of the wooden gun built by the men of the Georgia College of Technology and presented to Battery E. of the 321st F.A., Camp Gordon, GA., so that the men of that battery could familiarize themselves with guns that will probably be used by them in France

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - Types of ordnance. Artificial gun scene. Imitation gun and carriage camouflaged

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Hiding troop movements by smoke screens. American infantrymen are perfecting a scheme for throwing smoke before their advance, thus baffling the enemy in his attempt to determine where the next strike will take place

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Congressman see Trench Warfare Exhibit, Wash., D.C. Smoke screen, such as is used by the American Forces to cover the movement of troops. The material burns for several minutes

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - Dumpy cannon to fool the French aviatiors

Camouflage - Artillery - Types of ordnance. French 380 m/m used behind Verdun

Camouflage - Vehicles - Motorcycle with side car, camouflaged by its occupants, at Camp Meade, Admiral, md

Camouflage - Ships - Dazzle Painting or Flag for Ships. Models of two ships on same line of direction one plan and the other dazzled. This method of camouflage was used on battleships and transports to deceive U-Boat commanders and make correct aim difficult

Camouflage - Ships - Steel Ship Construction; Moore Shipbuilding Co., Oakland, Calif. S.S. Oakland, requisitioned Hull No. 117, on trial trip. 402'6" x 53' x26'6"

Camouflage - Ships - S.S. F.J. Luckenback in camouflage coat

Camouflage - Ships - S.S. Katrina Luckenback which was built at the Fore River Plant of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd. It was launched on Feb. 22, 1918. The vessel has been painted with its camouflage coating. Fore River Plant, Fore River, Mass

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Marine Barracks, Mare Island Naval Training Station, Cal. Group of Marines protecting the art of make-up. This form of camouflage is used by reconnoitering parties in trench raids

Camouflage - Ships - U.S.S. Siboney. Top view looking aft, showing camouflage

Camouflage - Experiments - Experiments on models of vessels to illustrate various methods of camouflage on different types of ships. Camouflage Department U.S. Navy, Washington, D.C. Lieut. Van Buskirk, U.S.N.R.F. in charge

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Learning the art of camouflage. This student who is going to play the part of a rock for the men for the 1st and 2nd platoons of the camouflage class conducted by the New York Board of Education is getting into his costume. May 1, 1918

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Camouflage School at Columbia University, New York City. 1 of the camouflage effects made by the students of the school. The men are taught how to camouflage anything and everything

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Camouflage School at Columbia University, New York City. 1 of the camouflage effects made by the students of the school. The men are taught how to camouflage anything and everything

Camouflage - Artillery - New York Guardsmen have camouflaged tank in camp. This camouflaged tank in one of the many instruments of war that are being used to help New York's Guardsmen at Camp Wadsworth train for the fighting "Over there."

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Learning the art of camouflage. Which is stump and which is man is hard to tell. This bit of camouflage is one of the necessary points of concealment taught the 1st and 2nd platoons of the camouflage class conducted by the New York Board of Education. May 1, 1918

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Camouflage School at Columbia University , New York City. 1 of the camouflage effects made by the students of the school. The men are taught how to camouflage anything and everything

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Van Courtyard Park, New York City. Lessons in camouflage

Camouflage - Artillery - American Troops man French heavy guns. Camouflaged gun mounted on a railroad carriage nearer their objective

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Columbia University now a war institution. The Government has taken over Columbia University and has converted it into a war college for the Army and Navy candidates. A class in camouflage modeling is shown

Camouflage - Ships - Camouflaged American liners. Steamship Philadelphia, showing the Mackay system of camouflage

Camouflage - Scouts - The Belgian Sniping and Machine Gun, developed by Capitaine Dordu, Belgian Army. A concealed listener, or Scout

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Chemical Warfare Service; Research Division; Pyrotechnic Research by J.A. Richter. Container for navy smoke screen of standard mixture

Camouflage - Miscellaneous - One of the emplacements from the front, giving an idea of the roof of the dugout, of the size of the opening, in consequence of field of fire. It should be noted, in the construction of emplacements, that the larger the aperture, the more imperfect is the concealment and that the exposure of batteries is being brought close to the line for a given field of fire is made less safe not only by their approach to the enemy, but by the increased difficulty in the constuction and concealment of their position

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Chemical Warfare Service; Reaseach Division; Pyrotechnic Research by J.A. Richter. Bursting of smoke shells. Early stage of explosion

Camouflage - Miscellaneous - Shows the open mouth of the emplacement which is unconcealed during fire. The difficulty of concealing the square shadow of this kindis great where it is impossible to dig the gun down below the level of the ground. The photograph also shows the protection considered sufficient against 105's. It consists of a layer of heavy timbers, four layers of sand bags, a bursting layer of brick with light rails, and a lyaer of sod

Camouflage - Scouts - Camouflaged Scout demonstrating the means employed in advancing without disclosing his position. The man has his head resting on his wrists and slowly draws his body over his wrists and then replaces them in their former psotion; taking more than a minute for the operation

Camouflage - Artillery - Types of ordance. Gun mounted on railroad carriage, camouflaged

Camouflage - Smoke Screens - Chemical Warfare Service; Research Division; Pyrotechnic Research by J.A. Richter. Smoke screen for Navy. Standard mixture

Camouflage - Experiments - Experimental station for testing camouflage designs. Testing dazzle painting or camouflage for ships. The minature ship is placed in position with screen of water in background. The expert then looks through periscope and fires a small gun at ship, if he misses the camouflage is successful, if not a new one is tried

Camouflage - Roads - Showing the up-keep of the position by trained gardeners. The battery commander is himself out for airplanes

Camouflage - Roads - Shows the left flank of the position screened by trees

Camouflage - Vehicles - School of Aerial Photography. Lorry, camouflaged, at Langley Field, Virginia

Camouflage - Roads - Underground aid-post camouflaged

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Camouflaged gun emplacement, Camp Dix, N.J

Camouflage - Artillery - 40th Division, Camp Kearney San Diego, California. Artillery gun pits camouflaged. Although photograph does not show guns or soldiers there were concealed within a radius of 200 feet, 17 gun pits, 8 field pieces, and over 300 men. Skillful camouflaging successfully conceals their positions

Camouflage - Ships - Camouflaged tanker

Camouflage - Experiments - Dazzle painting or camouflage for ships. Room full of models of camouflaged in different colors to make them hard to see by the Uboats. From these models the big ships were painted

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Camouflaged sniper. Quanitico, Virginia

Camouflage - Roads - Hidden battery located in region of Chevillon

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - A lesson in camouflage. The camouflaged sniper appears

Camouflage - Roads - Showing the appearance of the battery from the side. The outline of one of the casemates is seen through the shrubs

Camouflage - Wooden Guns - Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill. Making dummy guns

Camouflage - Artillery - Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Tex. Instruction in artillery camouflage

Camouflage - Artillery - An American camouflaged machine gun in France, near Maulle

Camouflage - Ships - Model of S.S. Olympia Dazzle painted. Made by Lieut. Moser for presentation to Lord Pirrie, shipping controller. This dazzle painting was put on ships to make them hard to see and aim at and it saved many a ship during the war

Camouflage - Ships - S.S. Finland of the Red Star Line in her camouflage coat

Camouflage - Experiments - Experiments on models of vessels to illustrate various methods of camouflage on different types of ships. Camouflage Department U.S. Navy, Washington, D.C. Lieut. Van Buskirk, U.S.N.R.F. in charge

Colleges and Universities - Columbia University - Camouflage School at Columbia University, New York City. 1 of the camouflage effects made by the students of the school. The men are taught how to camouflage anything and everything

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Learning the art of camouflage. This man of the 1st and 2nd platoons of the camouflage class conducted by the New York Board of Education is wearing the costume for rock camouflage. It does not conceal him when he is out in the open, but if he gets into a position beside a rock he looks like it. May 1, 1918