French women make camouflaged screens using chicken wire and burlap in France.
France Date:1918 Duration:3 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Demonstration of various camouflage materials and techniques used by U.S. Army soldiers during World War 1. French women prepare Raffa grass for camouflage. They cut burlap into camouflaged screens. Women weave screens. These screen are made of chicken wire and burlap. Group of men mix camouflage paints. French men and women paint strips of burlap. Product placed on drying shed.
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