Remember When We Had Artist Start Painting Navy War Ships With Wild Abstract Colors To Confuse Germans

The Dazzle effect was used during World War I and World War II as a chaotic mix of strange geometric shapes in contrasting colors to confuse the enemy.

Some have claimed this is a new Mandela Effect since they have studied history and have never once heard of such a practice. Yet it was common and hundreds of ships were painted across two world wars.

What say you? Don’t you remember this being taught in school and shown on the big screen in all those movies about the wars?

Categories: Mandela Effect, The Wonders Of The WorldTags: ,


  1. Never heard of this before.

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  2. Uhhh…
    Maybe in an alternate reality

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  3. A similar idea was also used on aircraft in particular naval!

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