Alec John Dawson 1872- 1951, generally known as A. J. Dawson (pseudonyms Major Dawson, Howard Kerr, Nicholas Freydon) was an English author, traveller and novelist. During World War I he attained the rank of Major, and was awarded the MBE and Croix de Guerre in recognition of his work as a military propagandist. Dawson published over thirty books, the one best remembered today probably being the animal adventure story, Finn the Wolfhound (1908). This novel was one example of anti-German invasion literature published in the run-up to 1914 and WW I.
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