Lawrence, der die arabischen Stämme im 1. Weltkrieg im Kampf gegen die Türken vereinte. Mit:Peter O'Toole,Alec Guinness,Anthony Quinn. David Leans Wüstenepos verhalf Peter O'Toole und Omar Sharif zum Durchbruch. Lawrence von Arabien erzählt die Geschichte eines außergewöhnlichen. Das Wüstenepos „Lawrence von Arabien” von David Lean mit Peter O'Toole in der Hauptrolle erhielt sieben Oscars und vier Golden Globe Awards.
total klassischDavid Leans Wüstenepos verhalf Peter O'Toole und Omar Sharif zum Durchbruch. Lawrence von Arabien erzählt die Geschichte eines außergewöhnlichen. Die Geschichte eines Kriegshelden und Zweirad-Enthusiasten. Thomas Edward Lawrence, besser bekannt als Lawrence von Arabien, verdiente. Lawrence, der die arabischen Stämme im 1. Weltkrieg im Kampf gegen die Türken vereinte. Mit:Peter O'Toole,Alec Guinness,Anthony Quinn.
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After completing his diplomatic service under Churchill, Lawrence returned to the military in by enlisting in the Royal Air Force.
But in an attempt to avoid the glare of celebrity, he did so under a pseudonym: John Hume Ross. Months later, the press revealed his secret, and he was discharged.
Lawrence subsequently enlisted as a private in the Royal Tank Corps, but under the assumed name Thomas Edward Shaw, a nod to his friend, the famed Irish writer George Bernard Shaw.
Shaw and maintained the assumed name until his death. Lawrence died in a motorcycle crash. He suddenly saw two boys on bicycles on the narrow country road and swerved to avoid them.
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Deutscher Titel. Lawrence von Arabien. Lawrence of Arabia. Vereinigtes Königreich. FSK David Lean. Robert Bolt Michael Wilson.
Sam Spiegel. Maurice Jarre. Freddie Young. For the RAF, he participated in the development of rescue motorboats. Lawrence's public image resulted in part from the sensationalised reporting of the Arab revolt by American journalist Lowell Thomas , as well as from Seven Pillars of Wisdom.
In , Lawrence was fatally injured in a motorcycle accident in Dorset. Thomas Edward Lawrence was born on 16 August in Tremadog , Carnarvonshire,  Wales, in a house named Gorphwysfa, now known as Snowdon Lodge.
Lawrence's parents did not marry but lived together under the name Lawrence. In , his father inherited the Chapman baronetcy based at Killua Castle , the ancestral family home in County Westmeath , Ireland.
From Wales, the family moved to Kirkcudbright , Galloway , in southwestern Scotland, then to Dinard in Brittany, then to Jersey.
The family lived at Langley Lodge now demolished from to , set in private woods between the eastern borders of the New Forest and Southampton Water in Hampshire.
In the summer of , the family moved to 2, Polstead Road in Oxford ,  where they lived until Lawrence attended the City of Oxford High School for Boys from until ,  where one of the four houses was later named "Lawrence" in his honour; the school closed in Lawrence claimed that he ran away from home around and served for a few weeks as a boy soldier with the Royal Garrison Artillery at St Mawes Castle in Cornwall, from which he was bought out.
However, no evidence of this appears in army records. At age 15, Lawrence and his schoolfriend Cyril Beeson cycled around Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire, visiting almost every village's parish church, studying their monuments and antiquities, and making rubbings of their monumental brasses.
From to , Lawrence read history at Jesus College, Oxford. In , Lawrence was offered the opportunity to become a practising archaeologist at Carchemish , in the expedition that D.
Hogarth was setting up on behalf of the British Museum. Campbell Thompson of the British Museum, and Leonard Woolley until At Carchemish, Lawrence was frequently involved in a high-tension relationship with a German-led team working nearby on the Baghdad Railway at Jerablus.
While there was never open combat, there was regular conflict over access to land and treatment of the local workforce; Lawrence gained experience in Middle Eastern leadership practices and conflict resolution.
In January , Woolley and Lawrence were co-opted by the British military  as an archaeological smokescreen for a British military survey of the Negev Desert.
They were funded by the Palestine Exploration Fund to search for an area referred to in the Bible as the Wilderness of Zin , and they made an archaeological survey of the Negev Desert along the way.
The Negev was strategically important, as an Ottoman army attacking Egypt would have to cross it. Woolley and Lawrence subsequently published a report of the expedition's archaeological findings,  but a more important result was updated mapping of the area, with special attention to features of military relevance such as water sources.
Lawrence also visited Aqaba and Shobek, not far from Petra. Following the outbreak of hostilities in August , Lawrence did not immediately enlist in the British Army.
He held back until October on the advice of S. Newcombe , when he was commissioned on the General List. David Hogarth , his mentor at Carchemish, to the new Arab Bureau intelligence unit in Cairo, and he arrived in Cairo on 15 December The situation was complex during There was a growing Arab-nationalist movement within the Arabic-speaking Ottoman territories, including many Arabs serving in the Ottoman armed forces.
In exchange, he wanted a British guarantee of an independent Arab state including the Hejaz , Syria, and Mesopotamia. However, there was resistance from French diplomats who insisted that Syria's future was as a French colony, not an independent Arab state.
Its vision was of Mesopotamia under British control serving as a granary for India; furthermore, it wanted to hold on to its Arabian outpost in Aden.
At the Arab Bureau, Lawrence supervised the preparation of maps,  produced a daily bulletin for the British generals operating in the theatre,  and interviewed prisoners.
The situation came to a crisis in October , as Sharif Hussein demanded an immediate commitment from Britain, with the threat that he would otherwise throw his weight behind the Ottomans.
The British replied with a letter from High Commissioner McMahon that was generally agreeable while reserving commitments concerning the Mediterranean coastline and Holy Land.
In the spring of , Lawrence was dispatched to Mesopotamia to assist in relieving the Siege of Kut by some combination of starting an Arab uprising and bribing Ottoman officials.
This mission produced no useful result. Further, it implied that the Arabs would have to conquer Syria's four great cities if they were to have any sort of state there: Damascus , Homs , Hama , and Aleppo.
It is unclear at what point Lawrence became aware of the treaty's contents. The Arab Revolt began in June , but it bogged down after a few successes, with a real risk that the Ottoman forces would advance along the coast of the Red Sea and recapture Mecca.
In November, S. Newcombe was assigned to lead a permanent British liaison to Faisal's staff. Lawrence's most important contributions to the Arab Revolt were in the area of strategy and liaison with British armed forces, but he also participated personally in several military engagements:.
Lawrence made a mile personal journey northward in June , on the way to Aqaba, visiting Ras Baalbek , the outskirts of Damascus, and Azraq, Jordan.
He met Arab nationalists, counselling them to avoid revolt until the arrival of Faisal's forces, and he attacked a bridge to create the impression of guerrilla activity.
His findings were regarded by the British as extremely valuable and there was serious consideration of awarding him a Victoria Cross ; in the end, he was invested as a Companion of the Order of the Bath and promoted to Major.
Lawrence travelled regularly between British headquarters and Faisal, co-ordinating military action. The chief elements of the Arab strategy which Faisal and Lawrence developed were to avoid capturing Medina , and to extend northwards through Maan and Dera'a to Damascus and beyond.
Faisal wanted to lead regular attacks against the Ottomans, but Lawrence persuaded him to drop that tactic. The value of the tribes is defensive only and their real sphere is guerilla warfare.
They are intelligent, and very lively, almost reckless, but too individualistic to endure commands, or fight in line, or to help each other.
It would, I think, be possible to make an organized force out of them. Our text-books do not apply to its conditions at all.
Medina was an attractive target for the revolt as Islam's second holiest site, and because its Ottoman garrison was weakened by disease and isolation.
It is not known when Lawrence learned the details of the Sykes-Picot Agreement , nor if or when he briefed Faisal on what he knew,   However, there is good reason to think that both these things happened, and earlier rather than later.
In particular, the Arab strategy of northward extension makes perfect sense given the Sykes-Picot language that spoke of an independent Arab entity in Syria, which would only be granted if the Arabs liberated the territory themselves.
The French, and some of their British Liaison officers, were specifically uncomfortable about the northward movement, as it would weaken French colonial claims.
In , Lawrence proposed a joint action with the Arab irregulars and forces including Auda Abu Tayi , who had previously been in the employ of the Ottomans, against the strategically located but lightly defended    town of Aqaba on the Red Sea.
Aqaba could have been attacked from the sea, but the narrow defiles leading through the mountains were strongly defended and would have been very difficult to assault.
Lawrence carefully avoided informing his British superiors about the details of the planned inland attack, due to concern that it would be blocked as contrary to French interests.
After Aqaba, General Sir Edmund Allenby , the new commander-in-chief of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force , agreed to Lawrence's strategy for the revolt.
Lawrence now held a powerful position as an adviser to Faisal and a person who had Allenby's confidence, as Allenby acknowledged after the war:. I gave him a free hand.
His cooperation was marked by the utmost loyalty, and I never had anything but praise for his work, which, indeed, was invaluable throughout the campaign.
He was the mainspring of the Arab movement and knew their language, their manners and their mentality. Lawrence describes an episode on 20 November while reconnoitring Dera'a in disguise, when he was captured by the Ottoman military, heavily beaten, and sexually abused by the local bey and his guardsmen,  though he does not specify the nature of the sexual contact.
Some scholars have stated that he exaggerated the severity of the injuries that he suffered,  or alleged that the episode never actually happened.
Mack , and Jeremy Wilson have argued that this episode had strong psychological effects on Lawrence, which may explain some of his unconventional behaviour in later life.
Lawrence ended his account of the episode in Seven Pillars of Wisdom with the statement: "In Dera'a that night the citadel of my integrity had been irrevocably lost.
Lawrence was involved in the build-up to the capture of Damascus in the final weeks of the war, but he was not present at the city's formal surrender, much to his disappointment.
Faisal's rule as king, however, came to an abrupt end in , after the battle of Maysaloun when the French Forces of General Gouraud entered Damascus under the command of General Mariano Goybet , destroying Lawrence's dream of an independent Arabia.
During the closing years of the war, Lawrence sought to convince his superiors in the British government that Arab independence was in their interests, but he met with mixed success.
The secret Sykes-Picot Agreement between France and Britain contradicted the promises of independence that he had made to the Arabs and frustrated his work.
Lawrence returned to the United Kingdom a full colonel. The pilot and co-pilot were killed; Lawrence survived with a broken shoulder blade and two broken ribs.
In , Lowell Thomas went to Jerusalem where he met Lawrence, "whose enigmatic figure in Arab uniform fired his imagination", in the words of author Rex Hall.
Thomas produced a stage presentation entitled With Allenby in Palestine which included a lecture, dancing, and music  and engaged in " Orientalism ", depicting the Middle East as exotic, mysterious, sensuous, and violent.
He opened at Covent Garden on 14 August and continued for hundreds of lectures, "attended by the highest in the land". Initially, Lawrence played only a supporting role in the show, as the main focus was on Allenby's campaigns; but then Thomas realised that it was the photos of Lawrence dressed as a Bedouin which had captured the public's imagination, so he had Lawrence photographed again in London in Arab dress.
Thomas' shows made the previously obscure Lawrence into a household name. Lawrence worked with Thomas on the creation of the presentation, answering many questions and posing for many photographs.
Lawrence served as an advisor to Winston Churchill at the Colonial Office for just over a year starting in February I'm locked up here: office every day and much of it".
He campaigned actively for his and Churchill's vision of the Middle East, publishing pieces in multiple newspapers, including the Times , The Observer , The Daily Mail , and The Daily Express.
Lawrence's scheme is almost derailed when one of Ali's men kills one of Auda's because of a blood feud. Since retaliation by the Howeitat would shatter the fragile alliance, Lawrence declares that he will execute the murderer himself.
Lawrence is then stunned to discover that the culprit is Gasim, the man whom he risked his own life to save in the desert, but Lawrence shoots him anyway.
The next morning, the Arabs overrun the Turkish garrison. Lawrence heads to Cairo to inform Dryden and the new commander, General Allenby , of his victory.
While crossing the Sinai Desert , Daud dies when he stumbles into quicksand. Lawrence is promoted to major and given arms and money for the Arabs.
He is deeply disturbed and confesses that he enjoyed executing Gasim, but Allenby brushes aside his qualms. Lawrence asks Allenby whether there is any basis for the Arabs' suspicions that the British have designs on Arabia.
When pressed, Allenby states that there is none. Lawrence launches a guerrilla war by blowing up trains and harassing the Turks at every turn.
An American war correspondent , Jackson Bentley, publicises Lawrence's exploits and makes him famous.
On one raid, Farraj is badly injured. Unwilling to leave him to be tortured by the enemy, Lawrence shoots him dead before he flees.
When Lawrence scouts the enemy-held city of Deraa with Ali, he is taken, along with several Arab residents, to the Turkish Bey.
Lawrence is stripped, ogled, and prodded. Then, for striking out at the Bey, he is severely flogged before he is thrown into the street. The experience leaves Lawrence shaken.
He returns to British headquarters in Cairo but does not fit in. A short time later in Jerusalem , General Allenby urges him to support the "big push" on Damascus.
Lawrence hesitates to return but finally relents. Lawrence recruits an army that is motivated more by money than by the Arab cause. They sight a column of retreating Turkish soldiers, who have just massacred the residents of Tafas.
One of Lawrence's men is from Tafas and demands, "No prisoners! Lawrence takes up the dead man's battle cry; the result is a slaughter in which Lawrence himself participates.
He then regrets his actions. Lawrence's men take Damascus ahead of Allenby's forces. The Arabs set up a council to administer the city, but the desert tribesmen prove ill-suited for such a task.
Despite Lawrence's efforts, they bicker constantly. Unable to maintain the public utilities , the Arabs soon abandon most of the city to the British.
Lawrence is promoted to colonel and immediately ordered back to Britain, as his usefulness to both Faisal and the British is at an end. As he leaves the city, his automobile is passed by a motorcyclist, who leaves a trail of dust in his wake.
The crew consisted of over people, with the cast and extras included this number would increase to over people working to make the film.
First assistant director Roy Stevens played the truck driver who transports Lawrence and Farraj to the Cairo HQ at the end of Act I; the Sergeant who stops Lawrence and Farraj "Where do you think you're going to, Mustapha?
Most of the film's characters are based on actual people to varying degrees. Some scenes were heavily fictionalised, such as the attack on Aqaba , and those dealing with the Arab Council were inaccurate since the council remained more or less in power in Syria until France deposed Faisal in Little background is provided on the history of the region, the First World War, and the Arab Revolt, probably because of Bolt's increased focus on Lawrence Wilson's draft script had a broader, more politicised version of events.
The second half of the film portrayed a completely fictional depiction of Lawrence's Arab army deserting almost to a man as he moved farther north.
The film's timeline is frequently questionable on the Arab Revolt and World War I , as well as the geography of the Hejaz region.
For instance, Bentley interviews Faisal in late , after the fall of Aqaba, and says that the United States has not yet entered the war, but the US had been in the war for several months.
Further, Lawrence's involvement in the Arab Revolt prior to the attack on Aqaba is completely excised, such as his involvement in the seizures of Yenbo and Wejh.
The rescue and the execution of Gasim are based on two separate incidents, which were conflated for dramatic reasons.
The film shows Lawrence representing the Allied cause in the Hejaz almost alone, with Colonel Brighton Anthony Quayle the only British officer there to assist him.
In fact, there were numerous British officers such as colonels Cyril Wilson, Stewart Francis Newcombe, and Pierce C. Joyce, all of whom arrived before Lawrence began serving in Arabia.
The first attacks began in early January led by officers such as Newcombe. The film shows the Hashemite forces as consisting of Bedouin guerrillas, but the core of the Hashemite forces was the regular Arab Army recruited from Ottoman Arab prisoners of war, who wore British-style uniforms with keffiyehs and fought in conventional battles.
Many complaints about the film's accuracy concern the characterisation of Lawrence. The perceived problems with the portrayal begin with the differences in his physical appearance; the 6-footinch 1.
The screenwriters depict Lawrence as an egotist. It is not clear to what degree Lawrence sought or shunned attention, as evidenced by his use of various assumed names after the war.
Even during the war, Lowell Thomas wrote in With Lawrence in Arabia that he could take pictures of him only by tricking him, but Lawrence later agreed to pose for several photos for Thomas's stage show.
Thomas's famous comment that Lawrence "had a genius for backing into the limelight" can be taken to suggest that his extraordinary actions prevented him from being as private as he would have liked, or it can be taken to suggest that Lawrence made a pretence of avoiding the limelight but subtly placed himself at centre stage.
Others point to Lawrence's own writings to support the argument that he was egotistical. Lawrence's sexual orientation remains a controversial topic among historians.
Bolt's primary source was ostensibly Seven Pillars , but the film's portrayal seems informed by Richard Aldington 's Biographical Inquiry , which posited Lawrence as a "pathological liar and exhibitionist" as well as a homosexual.
That is opposed to his portrayal in Ross as "physically and spiritually recluse". The film shows that Lawrence spoke and read Arabic, could quote the Quran , and was reasonably knowledgeable about the region.
It barely mentions his archaeological travels from to in Syria and Arabia and ignores his espionage work, including a prewar topographical survey of the Sinai Peninsula and his attempts to negotiate the release of British prisoners at Kut , Mesopotamia , in Furthermore, Lawrence is made aware of the Sykes—Picot Agreement very late in the story and is shown to be appalled by it, but he may well have known about it much earlier while he fought alongside the Arabs.
Lawrence's biographers have a mixed reaction towards the film. The authorised biographer Jeremy Wilson noted that the film has "undoubtedly influenced the perceptions of some subsequent biographers", such as the depiction of the film's Ali being real, rather than a composite character, and also the highlighting the Deraa incident.
At the time, Liddell Hart publicly criticised the film and engaged Bolt in a lengthy correspondence over its portrayal of Lawrence.
The film portrays General Allenby as cynical and manipulative, with a superior attitude to Lawrence, but there is much evidence that Allenby and Lawrence liked and respected each other.
Lawrence once said that Allenby was "an admiration of mine"  and later that he was "physically large and confident and morally so great that the comprehension of our littleness came slow to him".
Lawrence was under my command, but, after acquainting him with my strategical plan, I gave him a free hand.
His co-operation was marked by the utmost loyalty, and I never had anything but praise for his work, which, indeed, was invaluable throughout the campaign.
Although Allenby manipulated Lawrence during the war, their relationship lasted for years after its end, indicating that in real life, they were friendly, if not close.
The Allenby family was particularly upset by the Damascus scenes in which Allenby coldly allows the town to fall into chaos as the Arab Council collapses.
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