War Contract Scandals
This collection of War Contract Scandals, investigated by the Public Accounts Committee, was released by the Liberal party to demonstrate the government's misuse of thousands of dollars, on such wastes as horses unfit for service, overpriced drugs, poor-quality binoculars, submarines rejected as unfit by other governments, and defective Shield-Shovels. Also included are the results of investigations by the special Boot Committee.
War Contract Scandals as invstigated by the Public Accounts Committee of the House of Commons (Ottawa: Central Infrmation Office of the Canadian Liberal Party, 1915).
Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - Western University - London, Ontario
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Booklet, 48 pages, 14 cm x 21 cm