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Lawrence, Also known as 'Lawrence of Arabia', wrote his memories of serving as official connection with the rebel forces during the Arab revolt.
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Revolt in the Desert" is an abridged version of "Seven Pillars". Though this work centers on the Arab uprising during WWI to push the Turks from the Arabian Peninsula, some of the aspects of the uneasy relationship between the Arabs and the British troops are identical to some of the obstacles faced by coalition forces there today. There are discussions on aspects of strategy from von Clausewitz which are also aspects of Sun Tzu's "Art of Wa. It is also a good treatment of the history of that region as well.
Revolt in the desert. by. Lawrence, T. E. (Thomas Edward), 1888-1935. 1888-1935, World War (1914-1918), World War, 1914-1918 - Campaigns - Middle East - Personal narratives, Manners and customs, Military campaigns, Middle East - History - 20th century, Arabian Peninsula - Social life and customs, Arabian Peninsula, Middle East.
Free download ebook Revolt in the Desert for smartphone - Download Online. Download free "Revolt in the Desert" by T. Lawrence EPUB, MOBI, PDF, TXT, Kindle. Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers. Date: January 30, 2005. Identifiers: ISBN 10: 1579124380 ISBN 13: 9781579124380. This book describes the following items
In reality this book should be picked in the best shelf of the British literature. Lawrence wrote his memoirs of the WW1 war against the Ottoman Empire as a 780 page long book "The seven pillars of wisdom" but heavily in debt was forced by his publishers to rush out an abridged version.
It was T. Lawrence’s classic Seven Pillars of Wisdom that made the Arab Revolt a legend and helped turn the . Lawrence’s classic Seven Pillars of Wisdom that made the Arab Revolt a legend and helped turn the British intelligence officer into the mythical Lawrence of Arabia. But the intrigue behind the revolt and its startling consequences for the present-day Middle East have remained a mystery for nearly one hundred years. James Barr spent four years trawling declassified archives in Europe and crossing the hostile deserts of the Middle East to re-create the revolt as the international drama it really was.
4. penmanship which is a delight to read not only for military historians, but for everyone who appreciates great writing.
E. Lawrence-Lawrence of Arabia-needs no introduction. 4.
Lieutenant-Colonel T. Lawrence has often been pictured as many differing characters; crank, madman, genius, visionary, man gone. Lawrence has often been pictured as many differing characters; crank, madman, genius, visionary, man gone native, pawn, military leader, highly strung, sensitive, arrogant. In fact even in his own writings he is a multi-faceted man of many talents and not a few failings; but what cannot be doubted is the importance of his actions during the First World War at the head of the Arab revolt in the Arabian Desert.
This is the autobiographical account of British Soldier T. E. Lawrence, while serving as an officer in connection with the rebel forces during the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Turks in 1916-1918.
T. E. Lawrence, Also known as 'Lawrence of Arabia', wrote his memories of serving as official connection with the rebel forces during the Arab revolt. Possessed of a brilliant military mind and unparalleled knowledge of the Arab Peoples, Lawrence led a revolt to the charismatic Faisal, sounding the death knell for Ottoman empire and opening the way for a new colonial power in the region: the British.