THE WEAPONS MERCHANTS, A True Account of Illegal Traffic in Death-dealing Arms by Individuals and Governments,

By: Bernt Engelmann, translated

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THE WEAPONS MERCHANTS, A True Account of Illegal Traffic in Death-dealing Arms by Individuals and Governments, by Bernt Engelmann, translated from the German by Erica Detto
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Elek Books, publishers, London - first UK edition, 1968. hardcover, 5½" x 8¾", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Twenty b&w photographs. The traffickers in arms treat their transactions as the average merchant would handle an order for a refrigerator, The difference is that they know too much about intrigues, incipient revolutions, plans for across-the-border attacks and that, before long, this store of knowledge is a threat to themselves. In a high-risk situation, the profits are great, too. Those who survive become fabulously wealthy.

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