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The Titanic's third identical twin was called Britannic, and it was a hospital ship during the Great War (1914 - 1918). It struck a mine and sank in the Mediterranean!
 

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The sistership Britannic had according my knowledge never a Camouflage painting, the second sistership, the Olympic, was really painted with dazzle camouflage and used some time as troop transport


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HMT Olympic in dazzle camouflage while in service as a troopship during the First World War

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When I searched I found two different schemas sown on some photos

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Your camouflage is very close to one of them
 

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The sistership Britannic had according my knowledge never a Camouflage painting, the second sistership, the Olympic, was really painted with dazzle camouflage and used some time as troop transport


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HMT Olympic in dazzle camouflage while in service as a troopship during the First World War

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When I searched I found two different schemas sown on some photos

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Your camouflage is very close to one of them
I used the Olympic as a guide.
 
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