- George Rodger, Arab Legion Desert Patrol. Soldiers from the desert patrol on their camels about 100 km from Amman, Transjordan, Fort Mafrak, 1941.
- George Rodger, Baghdad. Light streaming into the ancient suqs of Baghdad, Iraq, 1952.
- George Rodger, Camel Corps. “Gahawa Morah” – a Real Cup of Coffee is made by men of the Camel Corps on patrol in the deserts of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 1952.
- George Rodger, Desert Patrol. Desert Patrol on manoeuvres in the desert at Al-Mafraq. The Camel Corps were the original “Glubb’s Girls”. Recruited from Bedouin Arabs, they wore their hair in long ringlets, wore long-skirted robes and darkened their eyes with khol, 1952.
- George Rodger, His Hashemite Highness Emir Adbullah ibn Hussein of Jordan, later to become King, Jordan, 1941.
- George Rodger, Medina of Tunis. Skeins of cotton hanging to dry in dyers souk, Tunis, Tunisia, 1958.
- George Rodger, The Arab Legion. Soldiers of the Arab Legion, Transjordan, 1941.
- George Rodger, The Rodger Trans-Sahara Expedition. British photojournalist George Rodger and his wife Jinx embark on a Trans-Sahara Expedition for National Geographic Magazine and other publications, 1957.
- George Rodger, Camel Corps soldier. A Camel Corps soldier holds his tame hawk which he uses for hunting birds in the desert, 1952.
- George Rodger, Pyramids at Giza. British Army personnel on leave in Cairo visit the pyramids at Giza, 1941.
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