|Dazzle painting was a form of camouflage particularly effective in moonlight.
|The Brits called it "Dazzle," the Yanks termed it "Razzle Dazzle.")
|WW I Ship Camouflage, Arthur Lismer
|Some of Wilkinson's designs.
|All color photos have been retouched, either then or in recent years.
Few color photos exist from the WW I era.
|Dazzle Ship in Dry Dock,
1919, Edward Wadsworth
|Unlike her sister ship, the Titanic, the RMS Olympic enjoyed a long
and illustrious career, both during and after the First World War.
|Dockyard, Portsmouth, 1918, J. D. Fergusson
|Merchant Vessel at Sea During Choppy Weather in a Dazzle Camouflage by an unknown artist.
|Convoy, 1918, Herbert Barnard John Everett
|The U.S. Navy carried over the principles of
Dazzle camouflage with their WW II vessels.