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Great Writers on the Great War Revolt in the Desert, EPUB eBook

Great Writers on the Great War Revolt in the Desert EPUB

Part of the Great Writers On The Great War series

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Revolt in the Desert is the extraordinary story of the war in Arabia between 1916 and 1918, written by one of the war's most extraordinary characters, Lawrence of Arabia.

It tells of his adventures and life amongst the Arab tribesmen, the daring raids on the Turks, the demolition of railway lines, the attacking of desert outposts, and of the opening of 'the road to Damascus' and eventual overthrow of the Turks in the inhospitable landscape of the Middle East.

Few had made headway with the Bedouin and Arabs before Lawrence, but his strength of character and his personality suited this war perfectly and he was soon considered to be hugely important in the fight in the Middle East both by his superiors and by the Arabs who rallied around him.

This is his story, from his viewpoint. T.E. Lawrence truly was a great writer on the Great War.

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