Turning Away From The Privileged World Of The Eminent Victorians, Gertrude Bell 1868 1926 Explored, Mapped, And Excavated The World Of The Arabs Recruited By British Intelligence During World War I, She Played A Crucial Role In Obtaining The Loyalty Of Arab Leaders, And Her Connections And Information Provided The Brains To Match T E Lawrence S Brawn After The War, She Played A Major Role In Creating The Modern Middle East And Was, At The Time, Considered The Most Powerful Woman In The British Empire In This Masterful Biography, Janet Wallach Shows Us The Woman Behind These Achievements A Woman Whose Passion And Defiant Independence Were At Odds Wit The Confined And Custom Bound England She Left Behind Too Long Eclipsed By Lawrence, Gertrude Bell Emerges At Last In Her Own Right As A Vital Player On The Stage Of Modern History, And As A Woman Whose Life Was Both A Heartbreaking Story And A Grand Adventure.
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- 464 pages
- Desert Queen
- Janet Wallach
- 18 April 2019 Janet Wallach