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Poems of World War One 1914-1918

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    Steven Leslie Hill(Author) Soren Hawkes(Illustrator)

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The "senseless waste" of lives in the First World War has been a subject of fascination for Steven Leslie Hill since he was entrusted with his grandfather's medals as a child. This short poetry collection is dedicated to Steven's grandfather, Private John Edward Pilmore of the 10th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment. Illustrations have been provided by Ypres-based artist, Soren Hawkes who has collaborated on other projects with Tommies Guides.

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  • By Crookie on 29 December 2012

    This is a beautiful book of poems written by a talented writer who has a great understanding of the horrific war and its effects on the many young men. I would recommend this to anyone interested in the war and to any teachers who wish to put across to their students the atmosphere and feelings of the time.

  • By Guest on 3 December 2012

    This is the second book of poetry by SLH I have purchased he writes with genuin compassion for the subject, as an ex soldier I feel the he is writing for me."Lest we forget" the setiment that flows through all Steven's poems.Thank for this wonderfull book of poems that all can treasure

  • By Vera on 6 October 2011

    What a wonderful book of poems! You feel as though you are there in the trenches. An excellent read and well worth the money.

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