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I have also left some of the poems in their original language where I could not find a suitable translation.

Some people have suggested using Google Translate but the problem there is that you may possibly find out what the poem is about but the essence of the poem will be completely lost.

Since I began this list, there have been a great many changes.

For instance, there is now a May Sinclair Society, and a great deal more information is available via the Internet about the lesser-known poets.

The poets I have included are listed in alphabetical order.

With regard to countries, I have started with Britain, then America and so on. Newfoundland and Tasmania were also separate countries at the time of The First World War.

As always, if you know of a poet who is not already on the list, please let me know - or if you spot a mistake, or if you'd just like to chat about women poets in World War One ...

After the Franco-Prussian War ended in 1971 France had lost Alsace and Lorraine to Germany.

Although they were close enough to shell Paris, the French capital remained free for the duration of WW1.

Reilly's magnificent work "English Poetry of the First World War A Bibliography", which is a joy to read.

I do not comment upon the poems - I prefer to let the reader judge.

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