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Revolt in the desert.

Author: T E Lawrence
Publisher: New York, G.H. Doran, 1927.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T E Lawrence
OCLC Number: 35646014
Notes: Each colored plate accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letter-press.
"Of this large paper edition ... 250 copies have been printed."
Description: xvi, 335 pages illustrations 27 cm
Contents: Storrs goes to Jiddah --
Riding up to Feisal --
Feisal and his levies --
Checks around Yenbo --
Feisal strikes north --
Tactics and politics --
Setting out for Syria --
The veritable desert --
Feasts of the tribes --
Nomads and nomad life --
Fighting to the sea --
Akaba, Suez, Allenby --
Reforming ourselves --
Pricking the enemy --
Mines in the railway --
Victory and loot --
Making up our minds --
Across the line again --
Services and sermons --
Racing to the bridge --
To catch a train --
Return to the world --
Fighting for Tafileh --
Winter shuts us down --
The siege of Maan --
Dawnay attacks Shahm --
Transport and supply --
Buxton and the I.C.C. --
Washing our linen --
In the advance guard --
We cut the main lines --
Fighting up and down --
Royal Air Force help --
The Turks crumple up --
Joining the British --
Entry into Damascus --
Jerry-cabinet-making.

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