Achmed Abdullah (1881-1945) wrote screenplays, novels, plays and short stories. The collection consists of typescripts of
screenplays, novels, plays, and short stories written by Abdullah.
Born Nadir Khan-Romanoffski in Yalta, Crimea, 1881, and educated at Eton, École le Grand, Oxford, and the Sorbonne; he became
a naturalized British subject and served in the British and British-Indian Army; his many writing credits include Broadway Interlude, Pagan Love, Bucking the Tiger, The Remittance Woman, and The Lives of a Bengal Lancer; he lived the later years of his life in the U.S.; he died May 12, 1945.
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