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Camo nets nad sheets

January 23 2005 at 9:49 AM
Mike Cooper  (no login)
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Response to were camo nets used in ww1?

If the considerable photographic evidence wasn't enough, from the point of viewof rhomboid fans, there is good documentary evidence of camo nets being carried (externally, but often internally, seeminglt as an anti-slip measure) from 1917 onwards.

At Arras camouflaged sheets were used too.

Mike Cooper

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