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The Great War

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"They" (Siegfried Sassoon)
1914 (Wilfred Owen)
A Call to National Service (Thomas Hardy)
A Dead Boche (Robert Graves)
A Mystic as Soldier (Siegfried Sassoon)
Absolution (Siegfried Sassoon)
An Appeal to America on Behalf of the Belgian Destitute (Thomas Hardy)
An Imperial Elegy (Wilfred Owen)
An Irish Airman Forsees His Death (William Butler Yeats)
And There was a Great Calm (Thomas Hardy)
Anthem for Doomed Youth (Wilfred Owen)
Apologia Pro Poemate Meo (Wilfred Owen)
Arms and the Boy (Wilfred Owen)
At a Calvary Near the Ancre (Wilfred Owen)
Attack (Siegfried Sassoon)
August, 1914 (John Masefield)
Banishment (Siegfried Sassoon)
Conscious (Wilfred Owen)
Counter-Attack (Wilfred Owen)
Country at War (Robert Graves)
Died of Wounds (Siegfried Sassoon)
Disabled (Wilfred Owen)
Does it Matter? (Siegfried Sassoon)
Dreamers (Siegfried Sassoon)
Dulce et Decorum Est (Wilfred Owen)
Dusk in War Time (Sara Teasdale)
England to Germany in 1914 (Thomas Hardy)
Exposure (Wilfred Owen)
Futility (Wilfred Owen)
Greater Love (Wilfred Owen)
How Steep the Brave! (Walter de la Mare)
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I Stood With the Dead (Siegfried Sassoon)
Insensibility (Wilfred Owen)
Lamentations (Siegfried Sassoon)
Memorial Tablet (Siegfried Sassoon)
Men Who March Away (Thomas Hardy)
Mental Cases (Wilfred Owen)
Not To Keep (Robert Frost)
Often When Warring (Thomas Hardy)
On Passing the New Menin Gate (Siegfried Sassoon)
On the Belgian Expatriation (Thomas Hardy)
Peace (Rupert Brooke)
Prelude: The Troops (Siegfried Sassoon)
Remorse (Siegfried Sassoon)
Safety (Rupert Brooke)
Smile, Smile, Smile (Wilfred Owen)
Spring in Wartime (Sara Teasdale)
Spring Offensive (Wilfred Owen)
Strange Meeting (Wilfred Owen)
Suicide in the Trenches (Siegfried Sassoon)
Survivors (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Dead (Rupert Brooke)
The Dead (Rupert Brooke)
The Death- Bed (Siegfried Sassoon)
The End (Wilfred Owen)
The Fool Rings His Bells (Walter de la Mare)
The General (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Hero (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Kiss (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Last Laugh (Wilfred Owen)
The Man He Killed (Thomas Hardy)
The March-Past (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Next War (Robert Graves)
The Next War (Wilfred Owen)
The One-Legged Man (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Parable of the Old Man and the Young (Wilfred Owen)
The Poet as Hero (Siegfried Sassoon)
The Send-Off (Wilfred Owen)
The Sentry (Wilfred Owen)
The Show (Wilfred Owen)
The Soldier (Rupert Brooke)
The Treasure (Rupert Brooke)
Then and Now (Thomas Hardy)
To Any Dead Officer (Siegfried Sassoon)
To My Brother (Siegfried Sassoon)
Two Fusiliers (Robert Graves)
We are Getting to the End (Thomas Hardy)


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