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Who Will Cry For The Soldiers? Tears From Distant Wars By International War Veterans Poetry Archives
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An Anthology of Modern War Poetry and Prose written by contributors (veterans, veterans families, and supporters) to the International War Veterans Poetry Archives (IWVPA). This book is dedicated to... More > the Men and Women of the Armed Forces of the Free World who have been, are now, and will be placed in harm's way. For many of those who find it difficult to come to terms with personal war experiences, whether it is first hand or as a loved one or friend, writing is almost like a magical pill. Within the structured framework of the written word, emotions can be haltered and led to a point where the writer is enabled to manifest and relate to the gamut of emotions engendered by the experiences and consequences of war.< Less
Hindsight - The War Poetry By S J Robinson
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A selection of original but traditional war poetry in by a current poet , with illustrations. Mainly refers to the Great war (1914-1918) but relevant to conflict and Remembrance in all eras.
Poetry of the World Wars By Year 9 History Barker College
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These poems are the result of a Personal Interest Project on the topic of Australians at War by Year 9 students of History at Barker College. Students researched a topic of interest and presented... More > their research in the format of their choosing. The only requirement was that students publish their work, hence this book. The poems contained herein range from the role of dogs in World War I to the experiences of soldiers and those affected by the Holocaust. I was impressed not only with the creativity of the poems but the keen observations they convey.< Less
A collection of World War Poetry By Year 9 History Barker College 2015
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These poems are a collection written by 11 Year 9 students as a school project.
Love, War and Poetry By Honesty Nagel
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Love, War and Poetry By Honesty Nagel
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My War & Poetry By Chi Kelley
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These are poems written by a Vietnam veteran with combat PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
My War & Poetry By Chi Kelley
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These are poems written by a Vietnam veteran with combat PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
How Poetry Presents War: An Anthology of War Poems By College Guide World
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Very few poets have composed poems on the subject of war but some of the best poems ever written are on the same subject. Most of the war poems convey the sad emotion and they deal with the human... More > atrocities. The poets like Mathew Arnold, Sir Walter Scott, William Butler Yeats, Robert Bridges, Joseph Rodman Drake, Grace Ellery Channing, and Julia Howe, and many others have given some of the best war poems to English Literature. In this anthology we have included some of the best war poems written by both ancients and modern poets. According to their own times they have added to the war poetry, ever changing the diction, and the style but every poem proves that the material keeps on changing but art is unchangeable. Writing war poems is a difficult art and that is why there are only a few war poets in this vastly crowded world. College World Guide< Less
World War One Archive of Poetry By R.S.M Publications
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The Poetry of War encompasses patriotism, courage, self-sacrifice, enterprise, and endurance. Written in 1919, this book includes selections of verse by noted poets such as: Maurice Hewlett, Neil... More > Munro, Hilaire Belloc, George Herbert Clarke, Christopher Morley, Thomas Hardy, John Galsworthy, Sir A. Conan Doyle, Vachel Lindsay, and Sara Teasdale. It contains poetry from numerous countries all centred around the subject of war. Primarily British and American poems dating from 1914 to 1917 have been collected in this edition< Less

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