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During which war were occupying Ottoman forces forced to withdraw from the town of Aqaba after a raid led...............

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During which war were occupying Ottoman forces forced to withdraw from the town of Aqaba after a raid led by T. E. Lawrence and the Arab forces of Sharif Hussein?

posted Jan 5 by Udita

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World War I
The raid opened supply lines from Egypt to Arab and British forces in Transjordan and Greater Palestine, and prevented a Turkish offensive on the Suez Canal.

answer Jan 6 by Mridul
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