T. E. Lawrence love

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  • His father was first cousin to Sir Reginald Wingate, Governor of the Sudan before, during, and after the First World War and one of the key sponsors of T. E. Lawrence's ("Lawrence of Arabia") military activities in the Hejaz, Jordan, and Syria (Sir Reginald was mainly the supplier of the gold sovereigns Lawrence use to buy his Bedouin confreres, without which they would hardly 'lift a finger' as it were). â¨â¨â¨

    Robert Eisenman: Who Killed Orde Wingate?

  • In a section titled “Paradoxes,” the manual made a number of recommendations that were hardly typical of prevailing U.S. military doctrine: “Sometimes doing nothing is the best reaction” and drawing on T. E. Lawrence “the host nation doing something tolerably is normally better than us doing it well.”

    The Longest War

  • The title was taken from T. E. Lawrence, better known as Lawrence of Arabia, who had helped organize the insurgency known as the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I.

    The Longest War

  • His father was first cousin to Sir Reginald Wingate, Governor of the Sudan before, during, and after the First World War and one of the key sponsors of T. E. Lawrence's ("Lawrence of Arabia") military activities in the Hejaz, Jordan, and Syria (Sir Reginald was mainly the supplier of the gold sovereigns Lawrence use to buy his Bedouin confreres, without which they would hardly 'lift a finger' as it were).

    Robert Eisenman: Who Killed Orde Wingate?

  • Among them was a schoolboy named T. E. Lawrence, who, on the ferry taking him to St. Malo for his first trip, counted no fewer than 120 bicycles.

    Hitting the Summer Highways in France

  • In a section titled “Paradoxes,” the manual made a number of recommendations that were hardly typical of prevailing U.S. military doctrine: “Sometimes doing nothing is the best reaction” and drawing on T. E. Lawrence “the host nation doing something tolerably is normally better than us doing it well.”

    The Longest War

  • In a section titled “Paradoxes,” the manual made a number of recommendations that were hardly typical of prevailing U.S. military doctrine: “Sometimes doing nothing is the best reaction” and drawing on T. E. Lawrence “the host nation doing something tolerably is normally better than us doing it well.”

    The Longest War

  • Cologne history "Lawrence of Arabia: Genesis of a Myth" is a multimedia exhibition exploring the life of T. E. Lawrence, alongside an analysis of his mythology.

    What's On Around Europe

  • The title was taken from T. E. Lawrence, better known as Lawrence of Arabia, who had helped organize the insurgency known as the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I.

    The Longest War

  • His father was first cousin to Sir Reginald Wingate, Governor of the Sudan before, during, and after the First World War and one of the key sponsors of T. E. Lawrence's ("Lawrence of Arabia") military activities in the Hejaz, Jordan, and Syria (Sir Reginald was mainly the supplier of the gold sovereigns Lawrence use to buy his Bedouin confreres, without which they would hardly 'lift a finger' as it were).

    Robert Eisenman: Who Killed Orde Wingate?

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