T.E. Lawrence rose to become a respected and feared exponent of guerrilla warfare during WWI as he was able to unite the disparate Arab tribes and lead them in their revolt against the Ottoman Empire. His tactics used in guerrilla and desert warfare are still used and studied today. This biography is part of the Command series of books by Osprey Publishing of Great Britain and is authored by David Murphy and illustrated by Giuseppe Rava. It measures about 7” by 10” and contains 64 pages with index.
Some of the artifacts from that time period were obtained by journalist, Lowell Thomas, and are on display in the Garst Museum. Thomas prominently featured Lawrence in a newsreel which is how the world came to know of this fearless officer.