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The Bloody Traffic
The Bloody Traffic
By Fenner Brockway
Gollancz, 1933, 288 pp.

A sensational book on the activities of munitions manufacturers, which generally are hard to trace. The author makes out a strong case, pointing out the international connections of the manufacturers, their practice of supplying weapons to governments hostile to their own, their systematic encouragement of war-scares and preparedness campaigns, their use of bribery and manipulation of the press, and their work behind the scenes at disarmament conferences.