Countries That Sold Military Weapons To Saddam Hussein


The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute investigated what countries sold Iraq weapons while Saddam Hussein was dictator. Their research debunks the long held belief that the United States was the sole seller of military arms.

Share per nation of sale of weapons to Iraq from 1973 through 2002.

USSR/Russia 57%
France 13%
China 12%
Czech 7%
Poland 4%
Brazil 2%

America is tied with Egypt, Romania, Denmark and Libya at 1%.