I got this bizarre Yahoo blurb on 10/20/09.
They had no explanation of why it was in their 'news' photo list.
A comment on the number of people killed by German submarines would have been insightful.
A July 29, 1918 photo, shows the SS Everglades World War I cargo ship as it is
launched from the Oscar Daniels Shipyard, in Tampa, Fla. The vessel is painted
is a style of camouflage called Dazzle, an irregular pattern of graphic design that
has been compared to Pop-art. The camouflage was meant to trick German U-boat
commanders as to the size, position, and shape of the ship, making is harder to attack.
(AP Photo/Rhode Island School of Design) 10/20/09