In the early 20th Century, the Rajah of Lashore was exiled, and generations of misrule and captivity followed.
In the aftermath of the Second World War, allied forces drove the country's Axis occupiers out of Lashore. One scheming Nabob, Tipu, still schemed to keep Lashore in slavery, and to this end, in Washington, D.C., he sent assassins to murder the current Rajah, and his son, Ajib. An American secret agent thwarted this scheme, wounded Nabob Tipu with a sword, and turned him over to the U.S. authorities. Ajib was called back to his homeland by its new government, to assume his hereditary duties.