Published on 5 jul. 2013
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“Camouflage“, is one of a series of animated movies made by the Walt Disney Co. in support of the U.S. war effort. Between 1942 and 1945, during World War II, Walt Disney was involved in the production of many propaganda films for the US government, some featuring well-known Disney characters including Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse. The widespread familiarity of Walt Disney’s productions benefited the US government in producing support for the war. In “Camouflage“, the purpose is a bit different – it’s an attempt to educate members of the U.S. Army Air Forces about this vital skill. In it, Hoodie the Chameleon explains the importance of camouflage and decoys for equiment and ground installations against aerial attacks.
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