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World War 1 poetry. This collection confronts the tragedy and sadness of the first world war and humanises the many soldiers who gave their lives for it. Its poignant, powerful, evocative imagery and words bring to life the conditions of the trenches and the situations that these soldiers and their families faced.
Kindle Edition, 65 pages
Published June 5th 2018 by Pulpworm Publishing
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Clare Rhoden
Jun 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
The centenary of Armistice coming up in November this year has generated renewed interest in a conflict which has never really gone away; the plethora of centenaries since 2014 has not served to weaken our desire to delve into the tragedy and pity of the war that was meant to end all wars. For many families and indeed nations, World War I continues to resonate.
As the first war to involve a mass of common soldiers who were literate, as well as a highly-educated officer class, WWI’s vast scale and
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