Thomas Edward Lawrence was one of the most enigmatic military leaders in modern history. Known as 'Lawrence of Arabia' to the majority of people, few know of his later works - in high speed rescue launches for the RAF, high speed aircraft development for the Schneider Trophy, and in literature.
The T. E.
Lawrence Society, formed at Wareham, Dorset, in 1985, is a non-profit
organisation registered under British law as an educational charity. There are
currently around 600 members, of whom two-thirds live in the U.K. Overseas
members come from countries throughout the world, including a large contingent
from the United States.
By the terms of its Constitution the Society exists
advance the education of the public in the life and works of T. E. Lawrence and
to promote research (and to publish the results thereof) into his life and
The society issues two Journals and four Newsletters each year, and hosts a number of events including a biennial Symposium. Use the links to discover more about him, and the society, and how to join.
NEW: - AGM Weekend of events September 2013
NEW: - Newsletter 105 is on-line in the Members' Area
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