Photos Ship camouflage patterns

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Since the majority of these are from WW1, I'll post it here. The WW2 ships should be obvious.

FFS Glorie
m1FFSglorie.jpg


USS West Mahomet
m2USSwestMahomet.jpg



USS Narkeeta
m3Ussnarkeeta.jpg


HMS Adventure
m4HMSadventure.jpg


USS Nebraska
m5USSnebraska.jpg



USS Nebr different view
m6Same.jpg


RMSMauratania
m7RMSmauretania.jpg


RMS Olympic
m8RMSolympic.jpg



SS Empress of Russia
m9SSempressOfRussia.jpg


USS Leviathan
m10USSleviathan.jpg


USS K5
m11USSk5.jpg


HMS Polyanthus
m12HMSpolyanthus.jpg


HMS Rocksand
m13HMSrocksand.jpg



HMS Argus
m14HMSaRGUS.jpg



HMS Argus - another view
m15Ssame.jpg



USS Alloway
m16USSalloway.jpg



HMS Adventure
m17HMSadventure.jpg


FFS Gluar I'm not sure of the name - I transliterated it from Russian phonetically
m19FFSGluar.jpg



HMAS Yarra Not sure of this name, either
m20HMASyarra.jpg


Tirpitz No mistaking this one!
m21Tirpitz.jpg
 
HMAS Yarra is correct mate, River class. A great idea for a thread @NebrHogger , I 'm pretty sure that research has shown that camouflage patterns on ships were quite pointless in their impact on the enemies ability to sight and then range. It was found that the various shades of Haze Grey employed by the various navies is much more effective
 

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