The three that spring instantly to mind are Robert Graves, Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon. Graves served as a captain in the Welsh Fusiliers and was badly wounded in 1916. The war office mistakenly informed his family he had been killed and his obituary appeared in the London Times before the mistake was realised. Sassoon was awarded the military cross for bravery when he carried a wounded man back to the British lines while under heavy fire. Sassoon was himself wounded in 1917 and sent back to England. He became increasingly angry at the conduct of the war and the incompetence of high command and what he perceived as their callous indifference to suffering. Wilfred Owen joined the army in 1915, and began writing poems about his experiences on the western front. In 1917, he suffered serious concussion and was sent to the same hospital as Graves where they became friends. In 1918 Owen was deemed fit for service once more and was returned to France. He was killed on 4th November 1918 just five days before the war ended. Tragically, his family received the telegram informing them of his death while their town's church bells were ringing to announce the armistice. Anthem for Doomed Youth
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
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.
In World War One, the most famous patriotic author are Ali G, Jet Li and Abrahma Lincoln.
The Gallipoli Campaign .
It was the Kokoda Campaign of World War 2.
The campaign for which the ANZACs were most famous was at Gallipoli, in which they fought against primarily Turkish troops.
Wilfred Owen fought and died in the First World War and worte poems about the horrors of the war. He used to be an Anti-War Activist and used to send poems to other poets in a similar situation.
World war three has not been fought yet.
John Simpson Kirkpatrick
World War I was fought in many countries. The "most famous" battlegrounds are in France and Belgium, but fighting also occurred in Serbia, Russia, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Pacific islands, etc. It was a world war, after all.
254 poets died this is an amazing amount of them to die!
World War 1 was fought against primarily Germany.
World War I was fought between 1914 and 1918.
"I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones." ~ Albert Einstein
bob doleAudie Murphey was the most decorated soldier in the entire war
Probably the best known was Joyce Kilmer ("Trees"). Kilmer was killed in the war. There is a National Forest Wilderness area named for him in western North Carolina.
World War 1 was not fought in Australia. It was fought mostly in Europe.
world war one fought from the years of 1914-1918