U.S. soldiers use natural vegetation to camouflage artillery and hide vehicles behind bare trees in Italy during World War II.
Italy Date:1945 Duration:3 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
A film underlines the importance of tactical exploitation and counteraction of shadows and use of nets, underbrush and other camouflage during World War II. U.S. soldiers land on an island in Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. The soldiers try to eliminate the black hole made by a tent opening by using a blanket. U.S. 5th Army in Italy. To remove shadows of oil tanks, engineers use steel wool on chicken wire. Soldiers use natural vegetation to camouflage artillery in Anzio, Italy. In Casino, U.S. soldiers use bare trees to hide vehicles. U.S. soldiers in Sicily. A garnished fish net is draped over a tank to hide it. At Anzio beach troops dig a trench to hide a tank and then cover it with hay. Soldiers try to camouflage a jeep.
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