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[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/seeger.htm - 24.0 kb
  • a Frenchwoman in Paris. During the First World War he volunteered for service with an ambulance unit for two years before becoming a war correspondent for the Toronto Star . Service's post-war career saw him continue to publish
  • a Frenchwoman in Paris. During the First World War he volunteered for service with an ambulance unit for two years before becoming a war correspondent for the Toronto Star . Service's post-war career saw him continue to publish
  • to travel widely. The onset of the Second World War found him in Poland; he escaped back to the U.S. where he settled in California, eventually returning to France after the war. Service wrote two autobiographical novels, Ploughman
[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/service.htm - 23.2 kb
  • and co-editor of the anti-fascist magazine World Stage , Zweig was forced into exile from Germany in 1934 with the rise of the Nazi Party. Following the Second World War he returned to live in East Germany and was President of
  • best-known novels to emerge from the First World War, The Case of Sergeant Grischa . Zweig was born on 10 November 1887 in Glogua in Germany. In spite of his clearly expressed socialist views Zweig was nevertheless swept up
[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/zweig.htm - 21.2 kb
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[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/richards.htm - 22.5 kb
  • largely on the collapse of the old European world and values from 1914 through the cold war. "It is just as much a matter of chance that I am still alive as that I might have been hit. In a
  • largely on the collapse of the old European world and values from 1914 through the cold war. "It is just as much a matter of chance that I am still alive as that I might have been hit. In a
  • - the most representative novel dealing with world War I. The book starts in 1917 after a battle, in which half of Paul Bäumer's company has been killed. Bäumer is mostly the narrator and Remarque goes through his life in
[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/remarque.htm - 29.3 kb
  • a modern setting. After the outbreak of World War II Priestley gained fame as 'the voice of the common people'. He was a patriotic radio broadcaster, second only to Churchill. At the early stage of the Cold War, he became
  • a modern setting. After the outbreak of World War II Priestley gained fame as 'the voice of the common people'. He was a patriotic radio broadcaster, second only to Churchill. At the early stage of the Cold War, he became
[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/priestley.htm - 27.2 kb
  • were interrupted by the outbreak of the First World War, in which he served with the Yorkshire Regiment in France and Belgium. During his service he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) and Military Cross in
  • were interrupted by the outbreak of the First World War, in which he served with the Yorkshire Regiment in France and Belgium. During his service he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) and Military Cross in
  • became an outspoken pacifist during the Second World War. He continued to publish poetry for the remainder of his life, his final volume, Collected Poems , being published in 1966. Following the war he completed his
[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/read.htm - 22.8 kb
  • the Royal Sussex Regiment during the First World War; his memoirs of four years of war were posthumously published in 1994 as Of Those We Loved . Born in Eastbourne in 1895 'Dick' Read was the eldest of four siblings, three
  • the Royal Sussex Regiment during the First World War; his memoirs of four years of war were posthumously published in 1994 as Of Those We Loved . Born in Eastbourne in 1895 'Dick' Read was the eldest of four siblings, three
  • Emergency Officers Reserve. During the Second World War he received a fresh commission into the Leicestershire regiment. In the inter-war years he meanwhile established a successful career in the design and manufacture of
[48.3 %] | http://www.firstworldwar.com/poetsandprose/readil.htm - 22.2 kb
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  • Max Plowman (1883-1941), who served during World War One, wrote a classic memoir of his wartime experiences, A Subaltern on the Somme and was opposed to a continuation of the war from early 1917. Having already begun to
  • Max Plowman (1883-1941), who served during World War One, wrote a classic memoir of his wartime experiences, A Subaltern on the Somme and was opposed to a continuation of the war from early 1917. Having already begun to
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