This is a timely book. It is a collection of rarely read wartime reports and post– World War I articles that wrestle with the consequences of war and were writ- ten by the British officer T. E. Lawrence, otherwise known as Lawrence of Ara- bia, one of the greatest theoreticians and practitioners of modern guerrilla warfare. Lawrence, of course, is best known for his book The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, which describes the British-inspired- and-supported
"T. E. Lawrence in War and Peace,"
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