It is not a normal publishing practice to review a book some 60
years after it came out, but in this one case these are very good
reasons to do so.
Death pays a Dividend is an account of the arms trade, & the
various companies which still are involved in the trade.
Companies which are still very well know by any of todays
anti arms trade campaigners.
Starting with the US, German, & British companies which
supplied all these countries armies during World War one, the
book goes on to show that even while in the middle of this
conflict, that an International arms cartel was in
It was British made shells which fell upon British Troops in
Gallipoli, While after the armistice Vickers had to pay for the
Krupp-patented rights on the 123,000,000 fuses which were
used against the German armies.