How the British Navy Camouflaged Their Ships Using Art

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The British Navy knew it couldn't completely disguise a ship to protect it from attack during WWI. So they turned to 'Dazzle Painting' which sought to disguise a ship's speed and direction. From the Series: Combat Ships: Secrets and Lies http://bit.ly/2NMdqhl

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Jennifer Greathouse : I believe the narrator said that it was not proven that it worked, although it’s veryInteresting. I had never heard about it before.

offpher J : I never knew that. Very interesting...…………..

Obbie Fatbastard : Could have been a half hour show. Shame

Michael Joseph Dimaano : that's why you get those kind of pain jobs in World of Warships

it'sMe TheHerpes : yeah, i think this video lacks IMPORTANT things, like how did the gay community helped, and how many brave transgender people were involved in this. also, we need to know about their struggle and brave journey of discovering themselves. THAT would make an interesting video.

Brian Green : This ship used to be on the Thames, how come it's now on the Medway ?

Kilikus : "Boats how're your Picasso skills?" "Never gave it much thought Chief" (Spends all week painting the ship for the third time this month.)

Sphinx Rising : Razzle Dazzle was never proven to be effective.

Nereida Sims : Interesting 🤔

That OneGuy : I don’t get how that would work

Nils Mueller : pointless video. no idea if it worked or not

Tattle Boad : fake news ww2 is a liberal conspiracy to take away our freedoms

J. Teunissen : Esthetics do not give a tacticle advantage..

Boair A : Sounds like BS story