"Letters from Baghdad" is the story of a true original, Gertrude Bell, sometimes called the female “Lawrence of Arabia.” More influential and famous in her day than her colleague Lawrence, Bell was an explorer, spy, archaeologist and diplomat who helped shape the Middle East after World War I and established the Iraq Museum, infamously ransacked in 2003.Program Website
Gertrude Bell returns to the archaeological site of Babylon in 1918.
Gertrude Bell arrives in Constantinople on May 20, 1914.
On her journey to Hail in 1914, Gertrude Bell meets the Howeitat Tribe.
Gertrude Bell discusses the fandango about her groundbreaking report.
The end of the Cairo Conference of 1921 is held at the Egyptian Pyramids.
Winston Churchill, Gertrude Bell, T.E. Lawrence, and others meet at the Cairo Conference.
Gertrude Bell is apprehensive toward the outcome of the Paris Peace Conference in 1916.