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''God Save the King'' is the 9th Sherlock Holmes parody written by [[Pierre-Gilles Veber]] starring [[Ferlock Solmes]] as the detective and Dr. Bathsoap as his sidekick. Published on 13 february 1938 in the French newspaper [[Le Matin]]. Illustration by [[J. Zouchu]].
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''God Save the King'' is the 10th Sherlock Holmes parody written by [[Pierre-Gilles Veber]] starring [[Ferlock Solmes]] as the detective and Dr. Bathsoap as his sidekick. Published on 13 february 1938 in the French newspaper [[Le Matin]]. Illustration by [[J. Zouchu]].
  
  

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God Save the King is the 10th Sherlock Holmes parody written by Pierre-Gilles Veber starring Ferlock Solmes as the detective and Dr. Bathsoap as his sidekick. Published on 13 february 1938 in the French newspaper Le Matin. Illustration by J. Zouchu.


God Save the King

God Save the King (Le Matin, 13 february 1938, p. 4)





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