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Captain Lorrington "Gimlet" King

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  1. is a character created by British author, W.E. Johns, best known as the creator of Biggles and Worrals

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  2. The books which were published just after the end of World War II, are about the adventures of explorer-soldier "Gimlet" King, and his intrepid band of followers

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  3. Several of the novels are set during WWII, especially in occupied Europe

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  4. The other books in the series revolve around treasure, and the post-war struggles in Britain's colonies, and former colonies. "Gimlet" and his team of commandoes were designed to represent the multiple ethnicities of the British Empire

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  5. along with the English characters, French-Canadian, Scots, and European-educated Asians, cooperate for the good of Britain

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