A film in the United States shows guidelines to prevent enemy detection of troops and equipment in an area.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:4 min 18 sec Sound:Yes
A World War 2 training film in the United States about the means and importance of camouflage in a war. An observer studies an aerial photograph. Markings on a photograph. A drawing depicts the means of detecting an enemy installation as trucks leave marks on the road leading to the installation. It depicts how the traffic must be rooted past the installation. Soldiers at a map as they discuss and take down notes. A soldier puts up a sign on a tree that reads 'Keep on taped path', 'no smoking after sundown'. A soldier covers a truck with dry branches of a tree.
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