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Robert Neumann

Zaharoff the Armaments King (1938)

Zaharoff the Armaments King (1938) by Robert Neumann

"Zaharoff the Armaments King" was first published in England in 1935 and a new impression followed in 1936. Robert Neumann has, for Readers' Union edition (1938), brought his Zaharoff "legend" up to date and revised various parts of the text. To Readers' Union edition has been added a portrait...

Cornelius Carl Veith

Citadels of Chaos (1949)

Citadels of Chaos (1949) by Cornelius Carl Veith


How would you like to be in the dry goods business when the length of a yard would be subject to constant change, containing thirty inches one day and forty inches the next day?

How would you like to be in the grocery business when the weight of a pound would vary from time to tim...

W.H. Williams

Who’s Who in Arms (1935)

Who’s Who in Arms (1935) by W.H. Williams


The allegations made against the British arms manufacturers at the United States Senate Arms Enquiry have resulted in a widespread feeling of uneasiness in this country. Nor have the replies to the charges been convincing enough to dispel this disquiet.

The appointment by the British Governm...

National Labour Press

China Looted (1937)

China Looted (1937) by National Labour Press


HER coal supply is twenty limes that of Great Britain. her iron resources cannot be measured she produces in abundance silk, cotton, bean oil, lumber, wool, jute, skins, furs, rice and eggs. Her industrial areas provide the world's cheapest labour supply and her 450 millions the greatest u...

Philip Henry Kerr, 1882-1940

What the British Empire Really Stands For (1912)

What the British Empire Really Stands For (1912) by Philip Henry Kerr

An Address Delivered by Mr. Philip Kerr at the Toronto Club to the Members of the Round Table on Tuesday, July 30th, 1912:

"I would like with your consent to explain to you what I believe the British Empire really stands for
I will confess frankly that when I c...