Moishe Cohen grew up as a juvenile delinquent in the Jewish slums of the East End of London in the late 19th century. When he was released from reform school at the age of 18, his father sent him to an acquaintance in the western prairies of Canada, in the hope that the environment would reform him. He became a drifter and a con man, frequently imprisoned. There he made friends with the Chinese laborers in the region. Ultimately he became a General in the Chinese Army.
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