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Book Description

[T.E LAWRENCE] Photo of the Arab Revolt (our title). b/w Silver-gelatin print, 140x200mm, couple of nicks and creases to the margins. verso has an archival number (058863) in pencil, In Very Good condition overall and suitable for framing. n.p. n.d. [c.1970].
Dealer Notes
A later printing from the I.W.M of a snapshot taken by T E Lawrence from the back of a camel. It shows Emir Feisal bin Husain al-Hashimi and Sherif Sharraf leading the Ageyl bodyguard northwards on the first stage to Wejh, a coastal city in North-Western Arabia.

With the revolt stalling in 1916, Feisal and the Arab army marched 200 miles north and attacked Wejh sucessfully on 23rd January 1917. Being re-supplied by the British Navy, it became a launch base for attacks on the Hedjaz Railway, over-stretching the Ottoman army to commit men to defending the railway at regular intervals.
Author T.E LAWRENCE
Date c.1970
Condition VG

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