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- Middle East : A geographical region in Asia that also contains small parts of Europe and Africa.
- Ottoman Empire : An empire, informally the Turkish Empire, that dominated most of the Middle East from the 14th to early 20th century.
- First World War : Add brief definition or description
- Arab Revolt (First World War) : A complex set of political, intelligence, and military actions that led to Arab tribal support of Allied actions against the Ottoman Empire, roughly covering the 1915-1918 period
- Kinahan Cornwallis : (1883–1959) British diplomat in WWI Mesopotamia (modern Iraq); cryptanalyst; considered but rejected as replacement for Gertrude Bell if she returned to Cairo
- Percy Cox : Add brief definition or description
- H. St. John Philby : Add brief definition or description
- A. T. Wilson : Add brief definition or description
- Winston Churchill : British Prime Minister and war leader during the Second World War from 1940 to 1945; second term from 1951 to 1955. Won the Nobel Prize for Literature as a historian.
- T. E. Lawrence : (1888-1935) British soldier and author, known as Lawrence of Arabia, who coordinated the Arab Revolt (First World War) against the Ottoman Empire with British military operations
- David Hogarth : British archeologist and political intelligence specialist on the Middle East, mentor to T. E. Lawrence and Gertrude Bell
- Emma Sky : British cultural specialist, of a pacifist philosophy, who has become a political adviser and counselor to senior U.S. commanders in the Iraq War
- Sykes-Picot Agreement : A 1916 secret agreement between France and Great Britain, with the consent of Russia, on the disposition of territories in the Ottoman Empire