No Foreign War Committee

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No Foreign War Committee also known as the No Foreign Wars Campaign was an offshoot of the America First Committee. The group was formed in December 1940 and headed by Iowa newspaper journalist Verne Marshall. The group was backed by Texas oilman William Rhodes Davis who was murdered by the British for his peace activism. Davis had extensive economic ties to Germany and was friends with the leadership of the Third Reich.

Others involved in the organization were author O. K. Armstrong and investment banker Robert A. Lancaster.[1]




  1. "Marshall Forms No Foreign War Committee", Lewiston Evening Journal, December 17, 1940, page 9

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