Blandford Press, 1st ed., 1988. 160 pp., numerous photo-ills., + some maps & plans. D.j., 25 x 19cm. FINE. This book tells the story of the Palestine-Arabian campaigns of 1916 – 18 and provides the background of the preceding 1914-15 period. It was the first book of its kind to portray these campaigns as the joint Allied-Arab cooperative ventures that they in fact were. It is also the story of the legendary Lawrence of Arabia and of the unleashing of Arab nationalism as expressed in the Arab revolt against the Turkish Empire. The campaigns, weapons and uniforms are depicted in over 140 original photographs.