Cross the Desert
00:00 - 01:19
1m 19s
T.E. Lawrence tries to convince his Arab allies to follow his plan to attack an Ottoman outpost on the Red Sea. Arab aid to the British in WWI had lasting impacts in the post-war statebuilding that took place.


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