By Terence Wise
Photos and textual content on armor camouflage and markings of the U.S., British and German armies, June 1944 to may perhaps 1945. Contents are: the rules of Camouflage, the united states military (national identity and aerial acceptance marks, unit codes, registration numbers), The British military (national identificaiton and aerial recornition marks, unit identity symbols, unit serial numbers, tactical indicators, registration numbers) and the German military (national markings, unit symptoms, arm of carrier symbols, and tactical marks). numerous photographs, or illustrations on every one web page.
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