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The Poets of World War One

First published on
February 28, 2020
Arts & Culture
World War I

Today it's time to take a look at how World War One is remembered through poetry.

We look at the words of the young men, and how public feeling towards the war changed over its four-year course.

And of course, we look at some of the most iconic and moving poems written during the period.

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