Wilfred Owen

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Wilfred Owen, (1893 - 1918) [1] was a British soldier and poet, noted for his works from World War I. He was killed at the Battle of the Sambre just a week before the end of the war. Owen's work is noted for its stark depiction of the horrors of war, describing the horrors of German gas attacks and of trench warfare. His most famous poems are perhaps Dulce et Decorum Est and Anthem for Doomed Youth.

References

  1. http://www.warpoetry.co.uk/owena.htm
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