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- First World War : Add brief definition or description
- British Empire : The worldwide domain controlled by Britain from its origins about 1600
- 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
- Hussein-McMahon Correspondence : A 1915 exchange of letters between Sharif Hussein bin Ali, Emir of Mecca, and Sir Henry McMahon, the High Commissioner for Egypt, setting the terms for Arab participation in the war against the Ottoman Empire, and their expectations for territory and independence as a result
- Gertrude Bell : (1868-1926) British expert on the Middle East, involved in strategic intelligence for the Arab Revolt (First World War) and had a major influence on the formation of modern Iraq.
- 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
- Gilbert Clayton : Chief of Egyptian Army intelligence in WWI, then member of Sir Henry McMahon's Arab Bureau
- A. Brownlow Fforde : Add brief definition or description
- David Hogarth : British archeologist and political intelligence specialist on the Middle East, mentor to T. E. Lawrence and Gertrude Bell
- 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
- W.A. Ormsby-Gore : Add brief definition or description
- A.C. Parker : Add brief definition or description
- Ronald Storrs : (1881-1955) British diplomat and Colonial Office representative, with Lord Kitchener and T. E. Lawrence in the WWI Middle East, then Governor of Cyprus in the 1930s
- C.E. Wilson : Add brief definition or description