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Book, Poem, Drawing
1914 & Other Poems was published shortly after Rupert Brooke died of blood poisoning on his way to the Dardanelles in Tu...
‘Break of Day in the Trenches’, here just titled ‘In the Trenches’, is one of Isaac Rosenberg’s best known poems. Rosenb...
What is it? This is a dictionary of terms used by Australian troops in the First World War, compiled by W. H. Downing d...
This photograph shows two Indian soldiers being treated at the Kitchener Indian Hospital in Brighton. The typewritten la...
Book, Poem, Illustration
‘They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old’, the first line from the fourth verse of Laurence Binyon’s poem ...
This French poster tried to prove that the crimes committed by the German army against civilian populations were premedi...
This is a publication about the actions one of the West Indian battalions active in the First World War. Over 15,000 men...
This dissertation about the Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen is by the writer and soldier Scipio Slataper, whose obituar...
Book, Poem, Drawing
Before the war Jessie Pope had been a very successful writer of comedy verse and a prolific contributor to newspapers an...
Giuseppe Ungaretti (1888-1970) was an Italian poet. He was the founder of the ermetismo style of poetry, characterised a...
Le Bruxellois was an official newspaper, edited in Belgium. On 30 November 1914 it published a list of prisoners of war...
Eleanor Farjeon was a novelist and children’s author. This is one of the long letters that she frequently wrote to her f...
This letter was written by Phyllis Gardner to Maitland Radford after the death of their mutual friend, and Phyllis’s lov...
The book and its impact These letters chronicle the professional development of an initially under-trained young woman...
This book contains the last letters of Lieutenant Angelo Campodonico, who died on the Carso frontline in April 1917. Cam...