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DUSE MOHAMED ALI (1866-1945)<br>The Autobiography of a Pioneer Pan African and Afro-Asian Activist<p>Compiled with an Introduction by Mustafa Abdelwahid
 

DUSE MOHAMED ALI (1866-1945)
The Autobiography of a Pioneer Pan African and Afro-Asian Activist

Compiled with an Introduction by Mustafa Abdelwahid

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Duse Mohamed Ali was born in Alexandria, Egypt, to an Egyptian father and a Sudanese Mother. He attended King’s College of London. In 1885 at age of nineteen, he started a career as a stage actor that lasted for twenty-four years. He was also in the company of Herbert Beerbohm Tree and in Mrs. Langtry's Antony and Cleopatra production, at the Royal Princess Theatre, London. Mr. Ali also toured England, Ireland and Scotland.

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