|Statement||by ʻT. E. Lawrence.ʼ|
|LC Classifications||D568.4 .L42 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi p., 2 l., 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
Revolt in the Desert itself is a strange, unusual book. Lawrence participated in the revolt itself, and liased between primarily Feisal and the British authorities. During the campaign, he led forces that were very primitive, primarily Arab irregular cavalry, usually mounted on camels, and the most modern forces, fighting from armored cars and › Kindle Store › Kindle eBooks › History. Revolt in the Desert itself is a strange, unusual book. Lawrence participated in the revolt itself, and liased between primarily Feisal and the British authorities. During the campaign, he led forces that were very primitive, primarily Arab irregular cavalry, usually mounted on camels, and the most modern forces, fighting from armored cars and Descrizione. Revolt in the Desert is an account of the experiences of one remarkable British officer's war from his own perspective, a war of lightning raids, of blown up railway tracks and trains, ambushes and open battles of Arabs against the Ottoman are the Imperial Camel Corps, armoured car squadrons, daring RAF pilots and their aircraft, Ghurkha and Indian infantry and a bevy Thomas's book must be regarded as an important foreword to "Revolt in the Desert." Reading Thomas's book will better ground those readers less familiar with the topical information Lawrence's book assumes a prior knowledge of. Thomas was a contemporary and, for a time, companion of › Books › Biographies & Memoirs › Leaders & Notable People.
This book, originally written in , was printed for the author and his friends, not for general publication. Lawrence abridged the original work and the present volume is about one-half the size of the original. Lawrence stated that if he was asked why he had abridged an unsatisfactory book instead of recasting it as a history, he would plead that to do so nice a job in the barracks which Revolt in the Desert was an abridged version of Seven Pillars that he began in and that was published in March in both limited and trade editions. /title/revolt-in-the-desert/author/lawrence/first-edition. About this Item: Jonathan Cape, third impression printed same month as the first edition, with portrait frontispiece, 15 plates and a folding map printed in red and black, imperial 8vo. (pp. ), original brown cloth, top edges coloured, others untrimmed Ownership inscription on endpaper, covers slightly used, endpapers lightly browned but a good copy, binding sound and contents :// Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t1wdm Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library
An epic account of the Great War in the Middle East T. E. Lawrence-Lawrence of Arabia-needs no introduction. His renowned work about his experiences with King Feisal's Arab army as it fought its campaign to Damascus-The Seven Pillars of Wisdom-has become a classic of twentieth century English literature. Revolt in the Desert is not a work of literature, or even a history of the ://?pid= FIRST EDITION OF LAWRENCE’S REVOLT IN THE DESERT. LAWRENCE, T.E. Revolt in the Desert. London: Jonathan Cape, Quarto, original brown cloth, uncut and mostly unopened, original dust jacket. First trade edition, illustrated with 16 portraits and a folding map. Revolt in the Desert, Lawrence’s own abridgement of Seven Pillars of Wisdom An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # GI3N More information about this seller | Contact this seller Revolt in the Desert. Lawrence of Arabia's First-Hand Account of World War I Buy Revolt in the Desert: The Abridged Edition of Seven Pillars of Wisdom abridged edition by T.E. Lawrence (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on › Biography › Historical › Britain.