THE LEAGUE: Vendors of Death

Released last month, but so quietly that correspondents covering the Geneva Disarmament Conference failed to note it, was a League of Nations report showing which countries are the worst offenders as exporters of armaments & munitions— or rather which were the worst in 1930, the last year covered by the League's discreet report. World's worst offender was Great Britain which did 30% of the total arms peddling, next France (13%), third the U. S. (12%). The report, extremely conservative, estimated the total volume of the arms traffic in 1930 at only $55,200,-ooo,...

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