T. E. Lawrence

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Noun1.T. E. Lawrence - Welsh soldier who from 1916 to 1918 organized the Arab revolt against the TurksT. E. Lawrence - Welsh soldier who from 1916 to 1918 organized the Arab revolt against the Turks; he later wrote an account of his adventures (1888-1935)
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DAVID Lean's 1962 restored masterpiece stars charismatic Peter O'Toole as British officer T.
Old Came Rectory was rented by First World War poet Siegfried Sassoon during the 1920s to which he invited fellow war poet Edmund Blunden and T.
They discuss Robert Heard, the lives of fighter pilots and the country house elite, the correspondence between Edward Richards-Orpen and his wife Margaret, combatants from the landed classes in Ireland, Brodsworth Hall's community, Norman Leslie, Augusta Bellingham and the Mount Stuart Hospital, Roger Bellingham, Tommy Agar Robartes, the Percy family and their staff, Lady Londonderry, the Hely-Hutchinson brothers of Seafield, King Elmes, T.
And so he begins writing his very serious play about the life of T.
In 1914 Britain declared war on Germany, a period of time when 26-year-old T.
In 1962, ''Lawrence of Arabia,'' David Lean's epic film starring Peter O'Toole, left, as British military officer T.
At first glance, James Schneider's volume would appear to be "another" biography on T.
More importantly, the huge fame and popularity of the film has almost completely altered the life story of the real T.
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This book is three things: a fascinating memoir, a history of the Middle East, starting with the Arab revolt during World War I, in which he also has some interesting things to say about T.
On and on goes the adolescent unity of contradictions that was T.
Nicolson presents us with a series of snapshots and vignettes, some familiar, others less so: a virginal Marie Stopes, the family planning pioneer, publishing Married Love; the plight of the many thousands of appallingly facially disfigured servicemen, the 'tin noses' shop at the Wandsworth hospital which made painted copper masks to cover their faces, and the work of Harold Gillies, the experimental plastic surgeon; T.