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(1868-1926) English author and adventurer who influenced the formation of [[Iraq]].
(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]].

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A definition or brief description of 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.