11 Chapter 11: AFTERMATH OF THE GREAT WAR

At the end of World War One, England had its own stockpiles of nitrite to dispose of.

Sodium nitrite in the UK appeared for sale in an advertisement in the Times of London on 1 May 1919, 6 months after the armistice.  (The Times, London)

 

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The stockpile of the English was dwarfed by what was available from Germany.  The German Government did not wait long before they started selling their war stockpile.  An article appeared in The Watchman and Southron on 19 Feb 1921 and shows that German goods, especially chemicals have been making its way to the USA in such quantities that it was seen as a threat to the local industry.

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