The Ship That Masked Itself as an Island to Avoid the Japanese in WWII

The Ship That Masked Itself as an Island to Avoid the Japanese in WWII

The primary danger of  being spotted was from the air. To efficaciously  disguise themselves they covered the whole surface  of the boat with leafage. Disguise for ships and other marine ships was generally utilized in both the First and Second World Wars, yet the team of one Dutch boat – a Second World War minesweeper of the Royal Netherlands Navy named HNLMS Abraham Crijnssen, which was performing in the Java Sea – took the idea of ship cover to the higness level. They effectively masked the ship as a tropical island and as a result of that avoid the Imperial Japanese Navy. The ancestor to Crijnssen's brave strategy of avoidance was the Battle of the Java Sea, which was battled on February 27th, 1942. In this marine fight the Allied navy lose the battl...