A Book On Camouflage From 1942...Wartime Applications

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  1. proton45

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    I found this interesting book on camouflage, it was published in 1942. It has many wartime examples, like aeroplanes factory's. Modelers and history buff's may find this to be interesting reading... I hope that you enjoy this.



    View attachment Camouflage-Simplified-Eric-Sloane-1942.pdf
     
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    Great read. Now the government will never find me. Thanks for posting Proton

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    Eric Sloane was an interesting fellow! His best known books are on the subject of early American tools, barns and daily life. He was a part of the aviation community in the 1930's and wrote a nice easy-to-read book on the weather and weather systems. As an artist he found his niche in paintings of old barns and landscapes. This lead to his studying the subjects of his work and that led to his writing and illustrating several
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