Tribute To The God Of Munitions was inspired by a single page in a 1929 Foulsham's Almanack. It was April 1929 and the writer took great delight in listing tragedies and devastations which apparently had the female populace roused to a considerable pitch of excitement and loudly denouncing the powers that be. There was danger to many and an increase in taxation due to the need for costly munitions and war materials which kept the country under tribute to the god of munitions. The first world war was long over and yet at the forefront of peoples minds was the preparation for the next costly war.
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