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Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888-1935)

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The Grave of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence Featured Lawrence of Arabia Print

The Grave of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence

The Grave of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence (aka Lawrence of Arabia, 1888-1935) at Moreton, Dorset. A British Army officer best known for his liaison role during the Arab Revolt against Ottoman Turkish rule of 1916-1918, Lawrences grave lies not in the Churchyard of St Nicholas itself, but across the village in a small, rectangular cemetery. Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Colonel Newcombe and Railway Raiding Party Featured Lawrence of Arabia Print

Colonel Newcombe and Railway Raiding Party

Lieutenant Colonel Newcombe (1878-1956) - A friend of T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) who served in the Second Boer War. At the end of 1916 he was appointed Cheif of the British Military Mission in the Hejaz and played a key role in the Arab Revolt. In 1917 Newcombe was captured by the Turks and was held a Prisoner of war but escaped and went into hiding in Constantinople. Pictured with the Railway Raiding Party - Ahmed (Suida) Aziz, Nurel Din and Abdu. Date: Circa 1916

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Rolls-Royce Armoured Cars of The RNAS - Middle East Featured Lawrence of Arabia Print

Rolls-Royce Armoured Cars of The RNAS - Middle East

Rolls-Royce Armoured Cars of The Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS), developed in 1914 and used during the First World War as pictured here (possibly in Egypt). In September 1914 all available Rolls Royce Silver Ghost chassis were requisitioned to form the basis for the new armoured car. The following month a special committee of the Admiralty Air Department, among whom was Flight Commander T.G. Hetherington, designed the superstructure which consisted of armoured bodywork and a single fully rotating turret mounting a regular water-cooled .303-in Mk I Vickers machine gun. The armoured cars served on several fronts of the Middle Eastern theatre. Lawrence of Arabia used a squadron in his operations against the Turkish forces. He called the unit of nine armoured Rolls-Royces "more valuable than rubies" in helping win his Revolt in the Desert.
circa 1916

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection