The Surprising Reason Why This World War I Ship Looks Like Modern Art — TIME

History TodayThis post is in partnership with History Today. The article below was originally published at HistoryToday.com. During the First World War, patterns of “disruptive coloration” were applied directly to guns, trucks and tanks to disguise them from reconnaissance aircraft or spotters in enemy trenches. Given the historic strength of the Royal Navy, it followed…

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