Brighton razor gangs

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The Brighton razor gangs were groups of razor-wielding youths involved in racketeering on the local racecourses in the 1930s and 1940s. [1] They formed the background for Graham Greene's novel Brighton Rock. Gangs operating in Brighton included the Sabini gang from London's Clerkenwell area.

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  1. ^ "Eager Beaver". BFI. 25 Mar 2010. 

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