BRITISH AND COMMONWEALTH WARSHIP CAMOUFLAGE OF WWII
During the Second World War navies developed low visibility camouflage, to reduce being seen by blending in with the sea, or confuse the identity of a ship by applying obtrusive patterns. Both the official and unofficial paint schemes that adorned ships of the Royal Navy and Commonwealth are depicted in detail. Well illustrated in color.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Size: 10¼x8¼ inches
Item #: 3816494