Dazzle Ships: World War I and the Art of Confusion

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9781974901678
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Dreamscape


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Gr 2–6—During World War I, German U-boats attacked British commercial shipping and military vessels, which threatened to cause starvation in Britain. How could this new danger be thwarted? Artist Norman Wilkinson came up with a unique idea—to camouflage ships by painting them in erratic, wild, and uneven designs. The goal was to confuse and befuddle U-boat periscopes as to the speed and direction of their target by breaking up the ship's profile....Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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