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The Ship That Disguised Itself as an Island to Evade the Japanese in WWII

Camouflage for ships and other naval vessels was widely used in both the First and Second World Wars, but the crew of one Dutch ship – a Second World War minesweeper of the Royal Netherlands Navy named HNLMS Abraham Crijnssen, which was operating in the Java Sea – took the concept of naval camouflage to the next level. Read all in this War History Online post.


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