Ignaz Trebitsch-Lincoln (1879-1943) was a Hungarian and a Jewish adventurer who spent parts of his life as a Protestant missionary, Anglican priest, British Member of Parliament for Darlington, convicted fraudster, German right-wing politician and spy, and Buddhist abbot in China.
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