Gertrude Bell From Baghdad, NPR's Kate Seelye remembers the life of Gertrude Bell, an Englishwoman who served as an intelligence agent in Iraq during World War I and played a major role in creating a monarchy in that country.
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Gertrude Bell

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Gertrude Bell

Gertrude Bell

Gertrude Bell

Only Available in Archive Formats.

From Baghdad, NPR's Kate Seelye remembers the life of Gertrude Bell, an Englishwoman who served as an intelligence agent in Iraq during World War I and played a major role in creating a monarchy in that country.