Rudyard Kipling’s “Kim”

Rudyard Kipling’s “Kim”

A French soldier’s life was saved during World War 1 by a copy of Rudyard Kipling’s “Kim” which he owned. It stopped a bullet fired at him. He befriended Kipling when he learned that he had lost his son in the war, and named his own after his.

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