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Francis Yeats-Brown, a British officer in India who loved yoga, wrote one of the most popular books of the 1930s. Bengal Lancer became a film starting Gary Cooper and made its author a literary star. But he was a complicated character: his idea of a good time was walking the streets of London with Gandhi at dawn but in the 1940s he was ostracised for his support of Italian fascism (2,223 words)
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