Famous World War II poets include; Dannie Abse, Drummond Allison, Kenneth Allott, Brian Allwood, Kingsley Amis, John Arlott, John Atkins, W.H. Auden, Donald Bain, Peter Baker, George Baker, John Bayliss, Samuel Beckett, Martin Bell, William Bell, Sir John Betjeman, Laurence Binyon, Edmund Blunden, David Bourne, Jocelyn Brooke, George Bruce, Basil Bunting, John Buxton, Norman Cameron, Roy Campbell, Demetrios Capetanakis, Charles Causley, Stephen Coates, Alex Comfort, Robert Conquest, Herbert Corby, Timothy corsellis, Nancy Cunard, Ralph Nixon Currey, Idris Davies, Cecil Day Lewis, Paul Dehn, Patric Dickinson, Walter de la Mare, H.D., Keith Douglas, Ronald Duncan, Lawrence Durrell, Clifford Dyment, T.S. Eliot, William Empson, Gavin Ewart, James Farrar, Iain Fletcher, G.S. Fraser, Roy Fuller, Ronald Gant, Wrey Gardiner, Robert Garioch, David Gascoyne, John Gawsworth, W.S. Graham, Robert Greacen, Robert Graves, Geoffery Grigson, Bernard Gutteridge, Stephen haggard, Charles Hamblett, Michael Hamburger, John Heath-Stubbs, Hamish Henderson, James Findlay Hendry, Geoffrey Holloway, John Jarmain, David Jones, Sidney Keyes, James Kirkup, Philip Larkin, Laurie Lee, John Lehmann, Denise Levertov, Alun Lewis, Maurice Lindsay, Emanuel Litvinoff, Christopher Logue, Herbert Lomas, Edward Lowbury, George Macbeth, Norman MacCaig, Hugh MacDiarmid, Sorley MacLean, Louis MacNeice, Charles Madge, H.B. Mallalieu, John Manifold, Alfred Marnau, John Masefield, Ronald Mathias, Christopher Middleton, A.A. Milne, James Monahan, William Montgomerie, Nicholas Moore, Edwin Morgan, Edwin Muir, Norman Nicholson, Leslie Norris, Kathleen Nott, Mervyn Peake, Ruth Pitter, William Plomer, Hugh Popham, Roy Porter, Paul Potts, Ezra Pound, Frank Templeton Prince, John Pudney, David Raikes, Kathleen Raine, Arnold Rattenbury, Sir Herbert Read, Alistair Reid, Keidrych Rhys, Edgell Rickword, Anne Ridler, Lynette Roberts, Micheal Roberts, W.R. Rodgers, Alan Rook, Alan Ross, J.M. Russell, Anthony Rye, Vita Sackville-West, Sagittarius, Derek Stanley Savage, Vernon Scannell, Francis Scarfe, Alexander Scott, Tom Scott, Edith Joy Scovell, George Scurfield, Howard Sergeant, Edward Shanks, John Short, C.H. Sisson, Dame Edith Sitwell, Montagu Slater, Stevie Smith, Sydney Goodsir Smith, Muriel Spark, Bernard Spencer, Richard Spender, Sir Stephen Spender, Derek Stanford, Gervase Stewart, Patience Strong, Hal Summers, Julian Symons, Tambimuttu M.J, Dylan Thomas, Ronald Stuart Thomas, Frank Thompson, Terence Tiller, Ruthven Todd, Henry Treece, John Waller, Vernon Watkins, Victor West, Johnathan Wilson, George woodcock, David Wright, Peter Yates, and Douglas Young.
Wilfred Owen & Edward Thomas: Owens' Dulce et Decorum Est... says it all for me.
In World War One, the most famous patriotic author are Ali G, Jet Li and Abrahma Lincoln.
there are none
254 poets died this is an amazing amount of them to die!
Poets in WW2.... ? WW1 I can do, but 2 is different.... theres 1 about 'the lower sling swivel...' which is 2nd World War, I forget the authors name, but I once lost a bet as a result by saying it was 1st word war..... Additionally to the above Naming of Parts by Henry Reed written in 1942
bob doleAudie Murphey was the most decorated soldier in the entire war
There were many poet-soldiers in World War 1. My personal favourite is Seigfried Sassoon. Others were John McCrae, Laurence Binyon, Rupert Brooke, Wilfred Owen. All of these men served bravely in the trenches. Another famous poet of WW1 was Rudyard Kipling whose son Jack died in the trench warfare.
Famous world war two general
Desmen Tutiiand so much more
Many ships were sunk during World War II. HMS Hood (British), and the Bismark (German) are two famous sinkings.
Unfortunately there is no one called Owen sassoon. There are two different poets called Wilfred OWEN and Siegfried SASSOON. These poets fought in world war 1 and wrote poems about the war.
General Pershing whoever put this answer does not know what they are talking about
There's a misunderstanding here. In World War 1 the soldiers wrote letters to their families and friends. Even poets wrote letters. It is not the case that 'soldiers [wrote] poetry instead of letters. A small number of World War 1 poets became well known.
Some of the famous pilots during World War II included Erich Hartmann from Germany. He was best known for having the most aerial victories during the war. Other famous pilots include Walter C Beckham from the United States and Takemizu Takeo from Japan.
German and Hebrew names were the same during World War II as they were before (or after) the war.
Catherine W. Reilly has written: 'English poetry of the First World War' -- subject(s): Bibliography, World War, 1914-1918, English poetry, War poetry, English, Poetry, Literature and the war, English War poetry 'Late Victorian poetry, 1880-1899' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Poets, English, English poetry, Biography, Bio-bibliography, English Poets 'English poetry of the Second World War' -- subject(s): Bio-bibliography, Dictionaries, Biography, English poetry, World War, 1939-1945, Poets, English, Bibliography, Poetry, Commonwealth poetry (English), War poetry, English, Soldiers, Soldiers' writings, English, Literature and the war, English Poets, English War poetry 'Mid-Victorian poetry, 1860-1879' -- subject(s): Bio-bibliography, Biography, Dictionaries, English Poets, English poetry, Poets, English, Bibliographie, Gedichten, Victoriaanse tijd, Geschichte 1860-1879, Engels, Lyrik
My number one thought of course being a Canadian is John MacCrae
We do not have the specific names of the Native American who fought in World War 2 in our database. You can get their names from the World War 2 museum. I have provided a link for you so you can contact them. Thanks.
World war 2 or Trojan war
Bismarck , HMS Hood , Admiral Graf Spee , Yamato ,USS Arizona