May 19, 2017
As World War I spread across Europe, countries chose sides. Britain, France, Italy and Russia formed the Allied Powers while Austria-Hungry, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire (or Turkey) joined Germany in the Central Powers. Hoping to turn Arabs against their own government, British officer Thomas Edward Lawrence, otherwise known as Lawrence of Arabia, was working with Arab forces in a rebellion against the Ottoman Empire, referred to as the Great Arab Revolt. During their fight, the Arabs were promised their own land and the ability to govern themselves. However, behinds the scenes, the Allied Forces had other plans.
Lawrence studied the Crusades, the Arab culture, and it’s influence on British military tactics in his college years, traveling some 1,100 miles on foot in the Middle East visiting castles of the crusades...READ MORE
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