Prince Feisal, third son of Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca, who - with "Lawrence of Arabia" as an advisor - led the "Arab Revolt" against the Ottoman Empire, Lowell Thomas

Prince Faisal, third son of Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Makkah, with "Lawrence of Arabia" as an advisor - led the "Arab Revolt" against the Ottoman Empire.

Jordan: Paul Castelnau’s 1918 travels in the Middle East coincided with the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. Pictured here in Quweira, Arabia (now Jordan), is Fayz Bey el Azm, a companion of Prince Faisal, who led the revolt with T.E. Lawrence.

These Stunning Photos Take You On a Trip Across the Globe and Through Time

Jordan: Paul Castelnau’s 1918 travels in the Middle East coincided with the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. Pictured here in Quweira, Arabia (now Jordan), is Fayz Bey el Azm, a companion of Prince Faisal, who led the revolt with T.

T E LAWRENCE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918 (Q 60081)   Captain Furness Williams, Royal Flying Corps, commander of Colonel Lawrence's Air Force at Akaba.

Q Captain Furness Williams Royal Flying Corps commander of Colonel Lawrence's Air Force at Akaba.

Amiir Fayshal al-Haa`shimii (فيصل الهاشمي) (`Arab) with His Sudanese (Nuubii (?)) Personal Guard (A`sh-Shaam, `Sharq al-Urdun) (1335s H Photograph; Republique Francaise; Paul Castelnau (1297.6.7 (Republique Francaise, Paris) - 1363.7.8 (Groszdeutsches Reich, Frankreich, Montredon-Labessonnie) H  Franci; Photographer)) | Britain imported many African from Sudan to support the revolt against the Ottoman; composing large part of the army. Their decendant might have mixed with the Arabs of today

a autochrome photo of 1918 by Paul Castelnau showing Emir Faisal with his personal guard, during the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Turks

Jordan: Paul Castelnau met a Bedouin of Sudanese origin in 1918 in Aba el Lissan, the site of an Arab Revolt battle the year before.

These Stunning Photos Take You On a Trip Across the Globe and Through Time

Jordan: Paul Castelnau met a Bedouin of Sudanese origin in 1918 in Aba el Lissan, the site of an Arab Revolt battle the year before. Autochrome photography from Archives of the Planet; a project conceived and financed by French banker Albert Kahn in

Wikipedia contributors, "Arab Revolt," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Revolt] (accessed April 1, 2013) | #jordan

History of Saudi Arabia.soldiers in the Arab army during the Arab revolt of carrying the flag of the Arab revolt and pictured in the Arabian desert

British soldier, adventurer and author Thomas Edward Lawrence (1888–1935) the “Uncrowned King Of The Arabs” on the Governors Balcony in Jerusalem, 1920. He joined the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

"Lawrence of Arabia": British soldier, adventurer and author Thomas Edward Lawrence the “Uncrowned King Of The Arabs” on the Governors Balcony in Jerusalem, He joined the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire during World War I. (Photo by Hulton Archive)

ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918 (Q 58877)   Emir Feisal bin Husain al-Hashimi, future King of Iraq, at Wejh.

The Arab Revolt 1916 - Emir Feisal bin Husain al-Hashimi, future King of Iraq, at Wejh.

Auda bin Harb Abu Saeed al-Mazro al-Tamimi Abu Tayi,(1874? – 1924) was the leader of a section of the Huwaytat tribe of Bedouin Arabs at the time of the Great Arab Revolt during the First World War. Auda was a significant figure in the Arab Revolt; outside Arabia he is mainly known through his association with British Col. T. E. Lawrence. The two worked together to take Aqaba.

Hand-colored photograph of Howeitat chieftain Auda abu Tayi who died Photo credited to Eric Matson dated Dec, From the G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection.

Map of the Hejaz railway from Medina, to among others Haifa to Europe.

Map of the Hejaz railway (Damascus-Mecca pilgrim route); built at great expense by the Ottoman Empire in the early century, but quickly fell into disrepair after the Arab revolt of 1917

T E LAWRENCE ARAB REVOLT 1916 - 1918 (Q 59326)   Captain Montgomery, Lieutenant Garrood, Captain Garland and Lieutenant Clayton at Abu Markha, Wadi Ais.

Q Captain Montgomery Lieutenant Garrood Captain Garland and Lieutenant Clayton at Abu Markha Wadi Ais.

T. E. Lawrence, A.K.A. LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. He was an English soldier and architect and archaeologist, who led the Arab Revolt against the Ottomoan Empire. He finds his calling among the Arab tribes of the desert with whom he aids in their conquering of Damascus and building a modern nation-state. He led bands of nomadic arabs in the successful overthrow of the Ottoman/Turkish Empire during World War I.

How I Found the Lost Desert Camp of Lawrence of Arabia (Op-Ed)

Lawrence, A. LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. He was an archaeologist, who led the Arab Revolt against the Ottomoan Empire. He led bands of nomadic arabs in the successful overthrow of the Ottoman/Turkish Empire during World War I.

عمير عبداللة بين حسين الهاشمي Abdulla bin Husain al-Hashimi

Q Emir Abdulla bin Husain al-Hashimi and his camel.

Tribes of Jordan and Arabia, c. 1918

Although the country is settled now, it has a long history for domestic conflict. During the there were series of revolts which freed foreign immigrants. Even quite recently, slavery became abolished in the

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