Notes on Concealment and Camouflage
The Chief of the Imperial General Staff: The [British] War Office, October, 1939.
44 page booklet in thin card printed wrappers, stapled, 7.5 x 4.75 inches, 185 x 120 mm, 16 pages of sketches showing right and wrong ways of concealment in the field.
Issued in the very first month of WW2 "... primarily intended for conditions in Great Britain and Western Europe, and may require modification in the Middle or Far East".
With the neat ownership stamp on the front and back cover of the 10th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry.
The 10th Battalion DLI served in France during 1940, in Iceland in the defence of Rauray and in NW Europe from 1944.