Welcome


‘HMS Glorious’ by Eric Ravillious -courtesy of the Imperial War Museum (Art.IWM ART LD 283 )

Welcome to the worldwarpoetry.com.

This website is being used as an  archive for the now defunct Great War at Sea Poetry Project.Please note that the links on the older posts-before April 2017- may not still be working.

Also features some longer articles that arose from the Word War 2 Poetry blog which is in operation at

http://Worldwar2poetry.blogspot.co.uk

Finally, I also run a 17th century war & literature blog

https://aburntship.blogspot.co.uk

As well as featuring war related poetry of the time, has included interviews with novelists Cryssa Bazos, and Jemahl Evans, along with Dorset historian Mark Vine.

Michael Bully , Brighton , 1st October 2018.

 

Contact  : MichaelBully@worldwarpoetry.com

Recent Articles


Thomas Rahilley Hodgson

Thomas Rahilley Hodgson

  Thomas   Rahilley   Hodgson,  Pilot Officer RAF Volunteer Reserve, was killed in action on 17th May 1941 aged 25. He...
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Anna Akhmatova – a joint piece from Lucy London and Michael Bully

Anna Akhmatova – a joint piece from Lucy London and Michael Bully

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Anglo-Welsh Poet Lynette Roberts during World War 2

Anglo-Welsh Poet Lynette Roberts during World War 2

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Interview with Lucy London

Interview with Lucy London

       The World War 2 poetry blog has been updated to include a poem each by Mary E...
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The World is a Broken Place -part 2 of interview with John Guzlowski

The World is a Broken Place -part 2 of interview with John Guzlowski

Pleased to carry on my e mail interview with John Guzlowski. A son of a Polish immigrants , with both parents...
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The World Is A Broken Place- Interview with John Guzlowski part one

The World Is A Broken Place- Interview with John Guzlowski part one

Photo- Polish victim of Luftwafe bombing 1939   It is certainly an honour to interview John Guzlowski. A son of a...
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Remember Babi Yar – ‘Art Destroys Silence’

Remember Babi Yar – ‘Art Destroys Silence’

'Babi Yar' -Yevgeny Yevtushenko (born 1933) People knew about Babi Yar before Yevtushenko's poem, but they were silent. And when...
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Sassoon re-appraised by World War 2 Serving Poets

Sassoon re-appraised by World War 2 Serving Poets

'Silent Service'-Siegfried Sassoon Now, mulltifold, let Britain's patient power Be proven within us for the world to see, None are...
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Vernon Watkins – Janet Hills

Vernon Watkins – Janet Hills

Last Post of 2016 Thank you to the large number of readers from many countries who have logged into the...
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The Scottish World War 2 Poets – Part One

The Scottish World War 2 Poets – Part One

The Scottish World War 2 Poets and the Desert "There are many dead in the brutish desert who lie uneasy...
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