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KV 4/284

Camouflages for sabotage equipment used by the German Sabotage Services. A catalogue of concealment devices used by German sabotage agents during the Second World War, in some instances with photographs. Cases include those of 'ROBLES', 'TRIBUTH', 'SNOW', 'MUTT', 'JEFF', 'SUNDAE', 'ZIGZAG', 'COCK', 'LALLART', 'FURLANI', 'VISSAULT' and 'DE CORTE', as well as several sabotaged ships.

With photographs
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The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in its original department:   POL F 54-53-7(4) VOL 2
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Public Record
Access conditions:
Retained Until 2005
Record opening date:
23 June 2005

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