Two-Gun Cohen by Daniel S. Levy

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A chunky Jewish battler from the East End of London, a con man, card sharp, and charlatan-with-a-heart who became a general in the Chinese Army, Morris "Two-Gun" Cohen was one of the most unusual adventurers of the 20th century. The story of Cohen's long and adventure-filled life is sure to capture the imagination of readers. of photos.

About Daniel S. Levy

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Published August 1, 1997 by Thomas Dunne Books / St. Martin's Press. 400 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, Crime. Non-fiction

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A diverting tale of the life and crimes of a unique Old China Hand, intertwined with the story of modern China.

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Levy, a reporter for Time magazine, has written an evocative biography of an unusual character, one Morris Cohen, a Polish Jew who grew up impoverished in London and became the bodyguard and confidant of the Chinese Nationalist leader Sun Yat-Sen, who died in 1925.

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