"Millions Died That He Might Thrive" was one popular summary of the life of the notorious arms peddler Sir Basil Zaharoff, above, with bodyguards. "The sordid mercantilism and political intrigues of Zaharoff, Krupp, Vickers and other pre-World War I munitions giants no longer are characteristic of the private arms field." September 21, 1936. Stock Photo 5513-111416533 : Superstock

"Millions Died That He Might Thrive" was one popular summary of the life of the notorious arms peddler Sir Basil Zaharoff, above, with bodyguards. "The sordid mercantilism and political intrigues of Zaharoff, Krupp, Vickers and other pre-World War I munitions giants no longer are characteristic of the private arms field." September 21, 1936.

Stock Photo: 5513-111416533 "Millions Died That He Might Thrive" was one popular summary of the life of the notorious arms peddler Sir Basil Zaharoff, above, with bodyguards. "The sordid mercantilism and political intrigues of Zaharoff, Krupp, Vickers and other pre-World War I munitions giants no longer are characteristic of the private arms field." September 21, 1936.

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