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early days of history to the present, camouflage has been recognized as a means of
concealment. Armies, engineers and artists have all had a hand in devising the tools
we use to hide, disguise and distract; tools like camouflage netting. By properly
placing a camouflage net you can hide from an enemy, observe a shy animal or disguise
unattractive equipment. Regardless of your reason for camouflage netting, you can
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was not in wide use in early western civilisation based warfare. 19th century armies
tended to use bright colours and bold, impressive designs. These were intended to
daunt the enemy, attract recruits, foster unit cohesion, or allow easier
identification of units in the fog of war. Smaller, irregular units of scouts in the
18th century were the first to adopt colours in drab shades of brown and green. Major
armies retained their colour until convinced otherwise.
The British in India in1857 were forced by casualties to dye their red tunics to neutral tones, initially a muddy tan called Khaki (from the Urdu word for 'dusty'). White tropical uniforms were dyed by the simple expedient of soaking them in tea. This was only a temporary measure. It became standard in Indian service in the 1880s, but it was not until the Second Boer War that, in 1902, the uniforms of the entire British army were standardized on this dun tone for battle dress.
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