1 edition of Empire of crime found in the catalog.
Empire of crime
Includes bibliographical references (p. 262-265) and index.
|LC Classifications||HV6453.G7 N49 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||2011508310|
Books. Crime & Criminals. Click photo to enlarge. Published at $ Your Price $ (Save $) Add to Cart + Add to Wishlist. EMPIRE OF CRIME. Tim Newark. In , British reformers banned the export of Indian opium to China, making the world price of opium soar to a new high, and a century of lucrative drug smuggling began. The Devil in the Marshalsea, by Antonia Hodgson (set in ). A Conspiracy of Paper may have piqued my interest in historical fiction, but it was The Devil in the Marshalsea that really convinced me to start writing it myself. One of the features of the 18th century world was the lack of regulation of business. Pretty much the only rule was that you had to pay your debts, .
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Empire of Crime. This is the first book to reveal the full extent and variety of organised crime within the British Empire in the 20th century and how gangsters exploited its global trade routes to establish a new age of criminal networks that spanned the world. His recent book, “Pedophilia & Empire: Satan, Sodomy, & The Deep State” is the most complete documentation of the historical and current account of the Child Trafficking Global Network to date. It’s not easy to read the horrors of that black market, but it is a critical account of the abuses worldwide that need to be eradicated for the.
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Empire Of Crime explores these incidents in detail. On first glance at Empire of Crime’s contents page, one could be forgiven for believing this was a book of short stories all recurring around the general theme of British organised crime, and in a sense, it is.
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