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Drummond, Bulldog. Bulldog Drummond was created by "Sapper," the pseudonym of Herman Cyril McNeile (Jim Maitland, Ronald Standish), and appeared in seventeen novels from 1920 to 1954, beginning with Bulldog Drummond. Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond is a massive World War One veteran who killed any number of Germans in one-man commando raids into the enemy trenches. After the war he is a Rootless Veteran and finds peace tedious. He decides to begin fighting against those who would do England dirty. This list includes Jews, Germans, Russians, non-whites, anarchists, and Communists. Drummond brings together his friends from the military, and together they wage a private war against these types, killing or imprisoning them on a private island owned by Drummond. Drummond has no compunctions about killing, if he feels it is needed, and although he is not brilliant he usually finds a way to defeat his enemies. His arch-enemy is the anti-Semitic stereotype Carl Peterson.
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