Brighton razor gangs
The Brighton razor gangs were groups of razor-wielding youths involved in racketeering on the local racecourses in the 1930s and 1940s.  They formed the background for Graham Greene's novel Brighton Rock. Gangs operating in Brighton included the Sabini gang from London's Clerkenwell area.
- "Eager Beaver". BFI. 25 Mar 2010.
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