There have probably been more books written about T. E. Lawrence than any other figure from World War I. He's been idolized as a hero and denounced as a fraud, praised for championing rights of the Third World, and damned as just one more jingo imperialist. He's been labeled the world's greatest poseur and the humblest of men, an inspired military leader of men, and a simple liaison officer stealing credit from his fellow soldiers.
Naturally every new article, book, or essay says it will be about the real Lawrence of Arabia. Well, if you click here you won't find anything of the sort. But you might learn a bit more about T. E. Lawrence and how be became one of the icons of the Twentieth Century.