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X, Mr. Mr. X was created by “H.M. Egbert,” the pseudonym of Victor Rousseau Emmanuel (Jim Anthony, Ivan Brodsky, Clifford, Ronald Gowan, Phileas Immanuel, King of Knaves, King’s Courier, Professor MacBeard, Isabel Marston, Dr. Martinus, Pennell, Shawm, Thorne), and appeared in four stories in The Popular Magazine in 1915, beginning with “The Bulgarian Papers” (The Popular Magazine, Jan. 7, 1915).
“Mr. X” is the pseudonym of a British “Ambassador at Large,” a sort of freelance negotiator/spy for the British government. He is active in high-end diplomatic affairs among the neutral countries during World War One.
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