Gertrude Bell - Britain's 'Queen of the Desert

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Joshua J. Mark
by ITV News
published on 16 August 2021
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Gertrude Bell was a global adventurer, linguist, spy, archaeologist, and much more. She was responsible for defining the borders of modern-day Iraq, and founded the country's first museum. However, her own family home in Redcar has fallen into disrepair. Activists are now fighting for the building to be preserved in her memory. ITV News Correspondent Emma Murphy reports.

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News, I. (2021, August 16). Gertrude Bell - Britain's 'Queen of the Desert. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2612/gertrude-bell---britains-queen-of-the-desert/

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