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Updated June 2012

T. E. Lawrence to his family


Cairo

27.7.15

Mr. Hogarth turned up yesterday without warning. He will take over the Anatolian section of our office on the spot: we hope that he will be able to stay here for a bit. Though I suppose he must eventually go to the Dardanelles. He seems very fit: I have hardly spoken to him yet.

There is of course, nothing happening here, or likely to happen. Reports, and ciphering and drawing maps all day. The Dardanelles show will end soon:- Syria is quite quiet, though the Armenian villages in the North have been broken up, and the people scattered to various districts. No massacres, however, as yet. I can't think of anything else to say:- The hot weather, as Father is interested in it, will end at the end of September. It's not very hot now - and besides I am never more than about 5 minutes in the open air.

N.

Source: HL 306-7
Checked: jw/
Last revised: 1 January 2006


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