Amurath to Amurath, a Five Month Journey Along the Banks of the Euphrates

About the Author: Gertrude Bell

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  • Paperback
  • 504 pages
  • Amurath to Amurath, a Five Month Journey Along the Banks of the Euphrates
  • Gertrude Bell
  • English
  • 17 November 2017
  • 097159869X

Amurath to Amurath, a Five Month Journey Along the Banks of the Euphrates Gertrude Bell began her extensive travels in the Near East in 1892 Due to her extensive knowledge of the area, she became a target for recruitment by British Intelligence Later, she held the office of Oriental Secretary to the High Commissioner in Baghdad, and helped in creating the modern state of Iraq Amurath to Amurath is an account of some of her travels in the Middle East Read Amurath to Amurath, a Five Month Journey Along the Banks of the Euphrates author Gertrude Bell – theheartwork.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Amurath to Amurath, a Five Month Journey Along the Banks of the Euphrates

  1. Strivetoengage says:

    Gertrude Bell is my hero I ve never had a hero before and it s amazing to discover one at the age of 39 In 1909 she travelled from Aleppo in Syria following the Euphrates River to Baghdad, across to Mosul, up into the Kudish mountains then across the watershed divide that separates Asia from Europe and on to Karadagh in Turkey, during the great turmoil of the dying days of the Ottoman Empire Can you imagine that What a woman Sadly she also set up modern Iraq in all its troubled state and th Gertrude Bell is my hero I ve never had a hero before and it s amazing to discover one at the age of 39 In 1909 she travelled from Aleppo in Syria following the Euphrates River to Baghdad, across to Mosul, up into the Kudish mountains then across the watershed divide that separates Asia from Europe and on to Karadagh in Turkey, during the great turmoil of the dying days of the Ottoman Empire Can you imagine that What a woman Sadly she also set up modern Iraq in all its troubled state and that s a terrible legacy to leave behind So, I should clarify that I do not admire that aspect of her life but instead...

  2. Paul Bakely says:

    Gertrude Bell s terrific memoir of explorations along the Euphrates and Tigris in 1908 1909 She was documenting archeological sites, establishing contacts with local people, and having many adventures, experience which se...

  3. Diane says:

    I have long been fascinated by Gertrude Bell but this is the first book by or about her that I have read It was probably not a good choice to read first It starts out with no introduction and no context Why is Bell in Mesopotamia in 1909 What is the revolution she refers to Is Bell working for the British government or independently wealthy AND there is no useful map I did some Googling and slowly began to have a picture pretty dim but enough to continue reading Bell is traveling acro I have long been fascinated by Gertrude Bell but this is the first book by or about her that I have read It was probably not a good choice to read first It starts out with no introduction and no context Why is Bell in Mesopotamia in 1909 What is the revolution she refers to Is Bell working for the British government or independently wealthy AND there is no useful map I did some Googling and slowly began to have a picture pretty dim b...