A tragic, romantic and altogether emotional look back into the past, each poem is drawn from one of three periods, World War I, the years between, and World War II. There's a range of poets featured, including some lesser known for their war writing, such as Rudyard Kipling and Thomas Hardy. The heartwarming anthology not only includes work from poets, but from members of the armed forces and civillians - giving a real authentic outlook on war from different perspectives.
From the painful grief and awful visions to the most private and personal reflections, this gripping collection makes a eugoly to all those that loved and lost during this terrrible time.
Poetry of the World Wars, edited by Michael Floss, is published by Michael O'Mara books and is avaiable from all good book stores, RRP £14.99.
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