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Abdul the Arab was an adventurer in the late 1930s and the early 1940s.

Ali Bey's Arabian tribe was friendly with the British military, and other Arabian tribes in the same region were friendly with the Axis, and yet others wanted all of the foreigners gone. Wide open tracts of desert and other wilderness made the region a vast haven for outlaws, bandit gangs, revolutionary movements, and religious fanatics. Sheik Abdul lived in dangerous times, and that was before the Second World War even got started.

His dour manservant and closest friend, Hasan the Turk, accompanied Abdul on almost all of his adventures. Hasan was a crack pilot, a superb marksman, and a truly deadly hand-to-hand fighter.




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