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A true account of illegal traffic in death-dealing arms by individuals and governments


By: Bernt Engelmann
Edition: First American Edition
Date: 1968
Published: Crown Publishers, Inc. [New York]
Size (Details): 8vo (224 pages; illustrated with black and white photographs)
Binding: Hardcover (with Dust Jacket) [Red cloth]

Category: 20th and 21st Centuries
From: The Military Bookman at Chartwell Booksellers
Item Number: 7000

Description: This is a very good copy of the First American edition in an unclipped dust jacket. The jacket is lightly soiled and chipped along the edges; there are small pieces missing at the head of the spine wrapping around to the top edge of the back. A library bookplate is affixed to the front free endpaper; contents fine. Translated from the German edition. A journalistic expose of the men and women behind the weapons trafficking that supplies a large part of the world's military forces with arms.

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