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German WWII Camouflage History

German WWII Camouflage History

German World War II camouflage patterns formed a family of disruptively patterned military camouflage designs for clothing, used and in the main designed during the Second World War. The first...

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  • Rhodesian Brushstroke Camouflage

    Rhodesian Brushstroke Camouflage

    Checkout our Rhodesian Camouflage Rhodesian Brushstroke is a camouflage pattern used by the Rhodesian Security Forces from 1965 until its replacement by a vertical lizard stripe in 1980. It was the default camouflage appearing on battledress of the Rhodesian Army...

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  • Winter Snow Camouflage

    Winter Snow Camouflage

    Checkout our Winter Snow Camouflage Snow camouflage is the use of a coloration or pattern for effective camouflage in winter, often combined with a different summer camouflage. Summer patterns are typically disruptively patterned combinations of shades of browns and greys,...

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  • Urban Camouflage

    Urban Camouflage

    Checkout our Urban Camouflage Urban camouflage is the use of camouflage patterns chosen to make soldiers and equipment harder to see in built-up areas, places such as cities and industrial parks, during urban warfare. Several armed forces have developed urban...

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  • Splinter Camouflage

    Splinter Camouflage

    Checkout our Splinter Camouflage The term "splinter pattern" refers to the original German Wehrmacht camouflage designs incorporating geometric shapes with an overprint of rain straits, and to the patterns' descendants. Although the "rain" overprint was a feature of the original...

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  • Flecktarn Camouflage

    Flecktarn Camouflage

    Check out our Flecktarn Camouflage The word Flecktarn comes from the German words Fleck (spot) and Tarnung (camouflage). The term was coined by German designers in the 1970s during the Bundeswehr Truppenversuch 76, or German Army Uniform Trials of 1976....

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  • Tiger Stripe Camouflage

    Tiger Stripe Camouflage

    Checkout or Tiger Stripe Camouflage The term "tiger stripe" refers to the family of camouflage designs developed in Southeast Asia (particularly the Republic of Vietnam) during the 1960s that were derived from the earlier French tenue du leopard or lizard...

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  • Canadian Camouflage

    Canadian Camouflage

    Checkout our Canadian Camouflage Canada's first military usage of camouflage clothing occurred during World War Two. Men of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion (attached to the British 6th Airborne Division) wore British-made Denison smocks in a unique, hand-painted "brushstroke" camouflage...

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  • British DPM Camouflage

    British DPM Camouflage

    Checkout or British DPM Camouflage DPM is the abbreviation for Disruptive Pattern Material, a term the British Ministry of Defence coined for the range of camouflage patterns issued since the late 1960s. DPM is one of the most widely copied...

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  • Australian AUSCAM Camouflage Patterns

    Australian AUSCAM Camouflage Patterns

    Check out our AUSCAM Although Australia did field some airborne and commando units during the Second World War, there is no evidence suggesting they were issued with any type of camouflage uniform. Whereas most Commonwealth units fighting in the European...

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