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7.1.09

Bedazzled

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Deciding that it is safer to travel by sea we are delighted when our old friend Norman Wilkinson invites us to sail on his ships, which he calls ‘dazzle ships’ as he has painted them in a special way that he claims is an effective camouflage.  Norman is a talented painter but his idea of camouflage is demented as, being as inconspicuous as a zebra in a swimming pool, we can be seen for miles around and are fired on immediately. 


Professor Humperdink’s Diary