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صورة نادرة للمس بيل وهي تقف في محراب السيدة زينب في سوريا واخذ لها الصورة السيد عبدالرحمن الخطيب  . Shaikh ?Abdul Rahman Kadhib al Bar, Fig 19 [Gertrude Bell standing in arched decorated niche in mosque]

صورة نادرة للمس بيل وهي تقف في محراب السيدة زينب في سوريا واخذ لها الصورة السيد عبدالرحمن الخطيب . Shaikh ?Abdul Rahman Kadhib al Bar, Fig 19 [Gertrude Bell standing in arched decorated niche in mosque]

This Day in History: Oct 1, 1918: Lawrence of Arabia captures Damascus dingeengoete.blogspot.com http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/08/25/article-1305786-0AE556B0000005DC-419_224x423.jpg

This Day in History: Oct Lawrence of Arabia captures Damascus…

at Batra

Bottom photo from left: Lieutenant Wood Thorne and T E Lawrence at Batra

Adventurers Gertrude Bell and T.E. Lawrence. Lawrence of Arabia was about Lawrence, but it was Bell that was his sensei.

Adventurers Gertrude Bell and T. Lawrence of Arabia was about Lawrence, but it was Bell that was his sensei.

T.E. Lawrence with Antonin Jaussen, a cleric and archaeologist on board the HMS Lama in March 1917.

Lawrence with Antonin Jaussen, a cleric and archaeologist on board the HMS Lama in March

1932: The Kingdom of Iraq is granted independence October 3 under King Faisal I. However, the British retains military bases in the country. Iraq had been under the Ottoman Empire until its demise in World War I. Great Britain then took over the nation after the war. The new nation becomes a constitutional monarchy in 1932 under Faisal.

The Kingdom of Iraq is granted independence October 3 under King Faisal I…

Aleppo's Citadel in 1910. Photography by German photographer of the entrance to the citadel of Aleppo. "The site of the town is like a cup and saucer, the houses lie in the saucer and the castle stands on the up-turned cup.." Gertrude Bell, The Desert and the Sown 1907.

Photography by German photographer of the entrance to the citadel of Aleppo.

"There are few people alive who have damaged railways as much as I have at any rate.TE to his mother - Akaba - 1917

"There are few people alive who have damaged railways as much as I have at any rate. Lawrence to his mother - Akaba - 1917

Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell, CBE (1868–1926) an English writer and explorer who travelled extensively in Syria and Asia.

Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell, CBE an English writer and explorer who travelled extensively in Syria and Asia.

T.E. Lawrence, aka, Lawrence of Arabia. In the above photo, Lawrence is shown shaking hands with Amir Abdullah. The picture was taken at Abdullah's camp in the desert near Ahman Jordan in 1921.  Lawrence wore his normal clothes, instead of his Arabian outfit.

Lawrence, aka, Lawrence of Arabia. In the above photo, Lawrence is shown shaking hands with Amir Abdullah. The picture was taken at Abdullah's camp in the desert near Ahman Jordan in Lawrence wore his normal clothes, instead of his Arabian outfit.