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    Posted: 16 Jan 2015 at 21:00
Greetings 

The Great War at Sea Poetry Project aims to research and to highlight poetry written during the Great War and after about the war at sea, both by combatants and non-combatants . So far the focus has been on British poetry but hope to open this out to other countries, perhaps even other languages.

Will aim to create a 'Gallipoli' page on the website. 
Welcome feedback and examples of this quite neglected genre. 


The blog and website were started in May 2014. 

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Michael Bully 

http://greatwaratsea.blogspot.co.uk/

http://greatwaratseapoetry.weebly.com/


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Greetings, 

The Great War at Sea Poetry Project webpage on Gallipoli has been uploaded.

http://greatwaratseapoetry.weebly.com/gallipoli.html

So far have only have a chance to write about British and Irish poetry but hope that can do future page which will feature poetry from other countries. 

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Greetings -the Great War at Sea Poetry Project blog has now been updated with a new post 'Galiipoli Centenary and Sea Poetry from the Coastline' 

http://greatwaratsea.blogspot.co.uk/

featuring a poem each by John Still and Geoffrey Dearmer


Edited by MichaelBully - 25 Apr 2015 at 22:01
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