Alexander M. Thompson
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Who is Alexander M. Thompson?
Alexander M. Thompson: Alexander Mattock Thompson, sometimes credited as A. M. Thompson, was a German-born English journalist and dramatist. From the 1880s, Thompson wrote for socialist newspapers and journals, co-founding The Clarion in 1891. He became an important librettist of Edwardian musical comedies in the early 20th century.
- also known as Alexander Thompson
- born on (154 years ago) in Karlsruhe
- profession: Journalist, librettist, playwright
- died on (67 years ago)
- written works: "Japan for a week, Britain forever", "The Arcadians"
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Opera, Operetta, Musical Comedy by Robert Blumenfeld
and the German- born, English writer and journalist Alexander M. Thompson (1861–1948); lyrics ...
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