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Sir Henry Newbolt The Vigil 43
John Galsworthy England to Free Men 44
Charles William Brodribb Expeditional 45
Lance-Corporal Francis Ledwidge Evening in England 46
C. Fox Smith Saint George of England 46
George Herbert Clarke Lines Written in Surrey, 1917 47
John Freeman Sweet England 48
Henry Lawson England Yet 50
Lieutenant Leonard Van Noppen "Burn up the World" 51
Lieutenant Leonard Van Noppen England 52
Rudyard Kipling "For all we have and are" 52


Neil Munro Pipes in Arras 54
Neil Munro "Lochaber no More" 56
Isabel Westcott Harper Highland Night, 1715—1815—1915 56


Norreys Jephson O'Conor Moira's Keening 58
Winifred M. Letts The Connaught Rangers 59
Lieutenant T. M. Kettle A Song of the Irish Armies 60


Marjorie L. C. Pickthall Canada to England 62
Wilfred Campbell Langemarck 62
Will H. Ogilvie Canadians 66


Archibald T. Strong Australia to England 67
C. Fox Smith Farewell to Anzac 67
Will H. Ogilvie Queenslanders 68
Ben Kendim The New Zealander 69
Henry Lawson Song of the Dardanelles 70
Henry Lawson Fighting Hard 72


Laurence Binyon To the Belgians 74
Edith Wharton Belgium 75
Lieutenant Herbert Asquith A Flemish Village 76
Sir Owen Seaman To Belgium in Exile 76
Gilbert Keith Chesterton The Wife of Flanders 77
M. Forrest The Heroes 78


Cecil Chesterton France 79
Hilaire Belloc Sedan 80
Charlotte Holmes Crawford Vive la France! 80
Herbert Jones To France 82
Florence Earle Coates Place de la Concorde 82
John Finley The Valleys of the Blue Shrouds 84
Grace Ellery Channing Flower-Beds in the Tuileries 86
Henry Van Dyke The Name of France 87


Robert Bridges To the United States of America 88
Vachel Lindsay Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight 88
John Helston "Advance, America!" 90
Morley Roberts To America 90
O. W. Firkins To America in War Time 91
Harry Kemp The New Ally 92
Rudyard Kipling The Choice 92


Helen Gray Cone A Chant of Love for England 94
Lieutenant Charles Langbridge Morgan To America 95
Maurice Hewlett The Fourth of July, 1776 96
Laurence Binyon The New World 96
Rowland Thirlmere Jimmy Doane 98
Alfred Noyes Princeton, May, 1917 100


Clinton Scollard Italy in Arms 103
Moray Dalton To Italy 105
George Edward Woodberry On the Italian Front, MCMXVI 105


Lance-Corporal Francis Ledwidge Autumn Evening in Serbia 106
Florence Earle Coates Serbia 106
Lance-Corporal Francis Ledwidge The Homecoming of the Sheep 107
George Edward Woodberry Roumania 108


Stephen Phillips The Kaiser and Belgium 109
Dana Burnet The Battle of Liège 109


Lord Gorell Ypres 113
W. S. S. Lyon Easter at Ypres, 1915 115
Margaret L. Woods The First Battle of Ypres 116
George Herbert Clarke Ruins 119


Laurence Binyon Men of Verdun 120
Eden Phillpotts Verdun 121
Patrick R. Chalmers Guns of Verdun 122


Winifred M. Letts The Spires of Oxford 123
Laurence Binyon Oxford in War-Time 124
Christopher Morley To the Oxford Men in the War 125
W. Snow The Ghosts of Oxford 127
Mildred Huxley Subalterns 127
Tertius van Dyke Oxford revisited in War-Time 128
Lieutenant Ernest Alan Mackintosh Oxford from the Trenches 130


Thomas Hardy "Men who March away" 131
Thomas Hardy In Time of "The Breaking of Nations" 132
Thomas Hardy Then and Now 133
John Masefield The Choice 133
Alfred Noyes The Searchlights 134
John Galsworthy The Soldier Speaks 136
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson The Ragged Stone 137
Sir Henry Newbolt The War Films 137
A. E. Gods of War 138
A. E. Shadows and Lights 140
George Edward Woodberry Sonnets Written in the Autumn of 1914 142
John Drinkwater We Willed it not 146
John Drinkwater Of Greatham 147
Percy Mackaye Christmas, 1915 148
Henry van Dyke The Peaceful Warrior 148
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Ronald Ross The Death of Peace 149
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Ronald Ross Apocalypse 152
Walter de la Mare The Fool Rings his Bells 155
Barry Pain The Kaiser and God 157
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Guns in Sussex 158
Kathleen Knox A Lost Land 159
Olive Tilford Dargan "It Will be a Hard Winter" 161
Patrick R. Chalmers The Steeple 162
Mrs. C. T. Whitmell Christ in Flanders 163
Edith Wharton Battle Sleep 165
John Finley The Road to Dieppe 165
W. Macneile Dixon To Fellow Travellers in Greece 168
John Freeman The Stars in their Courses 169
Gamaliel Bradford Napoleon 171
Dana Burnet Napoleon's Tomb 172
Robert Grant The Superman 173
H. H. Bashford The Vision of Spring, 1916 174
Vachel Lindsay Niagara 176
Everard Owen Three Hills 178
Everard Owen Ypres Tower, Rye 178
Clinton Scollard A Summer Morning 179
G. O. Warren Fulfilment 180
Guy Kendall To my Pupils, Gone before Their Day 181
Theodosia Garrison "These Shall Prevail" 181
Stuart P. Sherman Kaiser and Councillor 182
Odell Shepard The Hidden Weaver 183
Evelyn Underhill Non-Combatants 184
W. H. Draper The Red Christmas 185
Sara Teasdale "There Will Come Soft Rains" 186
Ethel M. Hewitt Bois-Étoilé 187
Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley Going to the Front 188
Robert W. Service Faith 189
Robert W. Service The Song of the Pacifist 189
Chaplain G. A. Studdert Kennedy A Mother Understands 190
Bliss Carman The War Cry of the Eagles 191


Robert W. Service The Volunteer 194
Robert W. Service Fleurette 195
John Freeman The Return 198
Sir Henry Newbolt The Toy Band 199
Sir Henry Newbolt A Letter from the Front 200
Sir Owen Seaman Thomas of the Light Heart 201
Maurice Hewlett In the Trenches 202
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Guards Came Through 203
William Dean Howells The Passengers of a Retarded Submersible 205
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson Retreat 206
John Ernest Adamson Resurrection 207
F. W. Bourdillon The Call 213
Lieutenant William Rose Benét Front Line 214
Eden Phillpotts In Gallipoli 215
John Gould Fletcher The Last Rally 216
John Gould Fletcher Channel Sunset 218
Rowland Thirlmere Richmond Park 218
Patrick R. Chalmers Infantry 219
Gilbert Keith Chesterton The Ballad of St. Barbara 220
Maud Anna Bell From a Trench 226
Guy Kendall Mopsus 227
Herbert Kaufman The Hell-Gate of Soissons 230
George Sterling Henri 233
Neil Munro Romance 234
Grace Fallow Norton The Mobilization in Brittany 236
Isabel Ecclestone Mackay The Recruit 238
Maxwell Struthers Burt Pierrot at War 239
Katharine Tynan High Summer 240
Grace Hazard Conkling Rheims Cathedral, 1914 240
Lieutenant T. M. Kettle To My Daughter Betty, the Gift of God 241
Sergeant Leslie Coulson The Rainbow 241
Lieutenant William Noel Hodgson ("Edward Melbourne") Back to Rest 242
Sergeant Joyce Kilmer Prayer of a Soldier in France 243
Chaplain G. A. Studdert Kennedy Solomon in all his Glory 244
Chaplain G. A. Studdert Kennedy War 244


Lieutenant Rupert Brooke The Soldier 245
Lieutenant Rupert Brooke Safety 245
Lieutenant Rupert Brooke Peace 246
Alan Seeger I Have a Rendezvous with Death 246
Alan Seeger Champagne, 1914—15 247
Captain Julian Grenfell Into Battle 250
Lance-Corporal Francis Ledwidge The Place 251
Lance-Corporal Francis Ledwidge Evening Clouds 252
Captain Lord Dunsany Songs from an Evil Wood 252
Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley Expectans Expectavi 255
Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley "All the Hills and Vales Along" 256
Flight-Commander Jeffrey Day To My Brother 257
Lieutenant Robert Ernest Vernède A Petition 259
Sergeant Joyce Kilmer The New School 259
Sergeant Joyce Kilmer Kings 261
Lieutenant Robert Nichols Comrades: An Episode 261
Lieutenant Robert Nichols Fulfilment 264
Lieutenant Robert Nichols The Day's March 265
Captain Siegfried Sassoon The Troops 266
Captain Siegfried Sassoon Trench Duty 267
Captain T. P. Cameron Wilson Magpies in Picardy 267
Lieutenant Frederic Manning The Face 269
Lieutenant Frederic Manning The Sign 269
Lieutenant Frederic Manning The Trenches 270
Lieutenant Frederic Manning Transport 271
Captain James H. Knight-Adkin No Man's Land 272
Captain James H. Knight-Adkin "On Les Aura!" 273
Captain Robert Graves The Last Post 274
Lieutenant Herbert Asquith On a Troopship, 1915 274
Lieutenant Herbert Asquith The Volunteer 275
Patrick MacGill Before the Charge 275
Patrick MacGill In the Morning 276
Lieutenant E. Wyndham Tennant Home Thoughts from Laventie 277
Lieutenant E. Wyndham Tennant Reincarnation 279
Lieutenant E. Wyndham Tennant Light after Darkness 279
Captain Edward de Stein To a Skylark behind Our Trenches 280
Lieutenant F. W. Harvey The Bugler 281
Lieutenant E. Armine Wodehouse Before Ginchy 281
Lieutenant E. Armine Wodehouse Next Morning 284
Captain James Norman Hall The Cricketers of Flanders 286
Captain James Norman Hall A Finger and a Huge, Thick Thumb 287
Lieutenant Henry William Hutchinson Sonnets 290
Lieutenant William Noel Hodgson ("Edward Melbourne") God's Hills 291
Captain Gilbert Frankau Headquarters 281
Captain Gilbert Frankau Ammunition Column 294
Captain Gilbert Frankau The Voice of the Guns 295
Bernard Freeman Trotter A Kiss 297
Bernard Freeman Trotter The Poplars 298
Captain William G. Shakespeare The Cathedral 299
Lieutenant-Commander E. Hilton Young Memories 300
W. S. S. Lyon Lines Written in a Fire-Trench 300
Lieutenant Joseph Lee Back to London: A Poem of Leave 301
Lieutenant Joseph Lee German Prisoners 303
Private A. N. Field The Challenge of the Guns 304
Lieutenant-Colonel W. Campbell Galbraith Red Poppies in the Corn 304
Captain W. Kersley Holmes Horse-Bathing Parade 305
Lieutenant William Noel Hodgson ("Edward Melbourne") Before Action 306
Lieutenant Robert Haven Schauffler After Action 306
Captain James Sprent A Confession of Faith 307
Lieutenant Ronald Lewis Carton Hereafter 307
Major Charles G. D. Roberts Cambrai and Marne 310
Lieutenant Donald F. Goold Johnson Battle Hymn 312
Sergeant Joyce Kilmer The Peacemaker 312


Winifred M. Letts Chaplain to the Forces 314
Eden Phillpotts Song of the Red Cross 315
Laurence Binyon The Healers 316
Edith M. Thomas The Red Cross Nurse 317


Alfred Noyes Wireless 318
Alfred Noyes Kilmeny 319
Alfred Noyes The "Vindictive" 320
Robert Bridges The Chivalry of the Sea 322
Sir William Watson The Battle of the Bight 323
Sir Henry Newbolt The Song of the Guns at Sea 324
Morley Roberts The Merchantmen 325
Reginald McIntosh Cleveland Destroyers off Jutland 327
Katharine Tynan After Jutland 327
J. Edgar Middleton Off Heligoland 328
Lieutenant-Commander N. M. F. Corbett The Auxiliary Cruiser 329
C. Fox Smith British Merchant Service 330
C. Fox Smith The North Sea Ground 332
Henry Head Destroyers 333
Lieutenant Nowell Oxland Outward Bound 334
Cecil Roberts Watchmen of the Night 336
Norah M. Holland Captains Adventurous 337
Flight-Commander Jeffery Day The North Sea 338


Maurice Baring In Memoriam A. H. 340
George Edward Woodberry To the Wingless Victory 346
Grace Hazard Conkling Letter to an Aviator in France 347
Duncan Campbell Scott To a Canadian Aviator who died for his Country in France 349
Florence Earle Coates Captain Guynemer 350
Captain Paul Bewsher Searchlights 351


Robert Bridges Trafalgar Square 353
Winifred M. Letts To a Soldier in Hospital 354
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson Between the Lines 355
Amy Lowell Convalescence 360
Rowland Thirlmere Gassed 360
Edward Shillito Invalided 362
Lieutenant Robert Haven Schauffler The White Comrade 362
Alberta Vickridge, V.A.D. Out of the Conflict 365


Lieutenant Rupert Brooke The Dead 367
Sir Henry Newbolt Hic Jacet Qui in Hoc Saeculo Fideliter Militavit 368
Laurence Binyon For the Fallen 368
Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley Two Sonnets 369
Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley The Dead 370
Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae In Flanders Fields 371
Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae The Anxious Dead 371
Lieutenant Robert Ernest Vernède To Our Fallen 372
Lieutenant Herbert Asquith The Fallen Subaltern 373
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson Lament 373
John Galsworthy Valley of the Shadow 374
Lord Crewe A Harrow Grave in Flanders 374
E. V. Lucas The Debt 370
John Drinkwater Riddles, R.F.C. 376
Barry Pain The Army of the Dead 377
G. O. Warren The Spectral Army 378
John Jay Chapman To a Dog 378
Norreys Jephson O'Conor For Francis Ledwidge 379
A. E. The Last Hero 380
John Masefield The Island of Skyros 380
Wilfrid Wilson Gibson Rupert Brooke 381
Moray Dalton Rupert Brooke (In Memoriam) 383
Eden Phillpotts To Rupert Brooke 383
Robert Bridges Lord Kitchener 384
John Helston Kitchener 384
Wilfred Campbell Where Kitchener Sleeps 385
Amelia Josephine Burr Kitchener's March 386
Sir Owen Seaman To the Memory of Field-Marshal Earl Roberts 387
George Edward Woodberry Edith Cavell 388
Thomas Hardy Before Marching, and After 389
W. L. Courtney To our Dead 390
G. E. Rees Telling the Bees 390
Captain A. T. Nankivell The House of Death 391
Margaret Adelaide Wilson Gervais 391
Lieutenant Sigourney Thayer The Dead 392
Claude Houghton To the Fallen 392
Captain T. P. Cameron Wilson Sportsmen in Paradise 393
A. E. Murray The Dead 393
Duncan Campbell Scott To a Canadian Lad, Killed in the War 394
Moray Dalton To Some Who have Fallen 395
Lieutenant Ewart Alan Mackintosh In Memoriam 395
Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick George Scott The Silent Toast 397
Hermann Hagedorn Resurrection 398
Francis Bickley The Players 398
Captain W. Kersley Holmes Fallen 399
John Hogben "Somewhere in France" 399
Marjorie Wilson To Tony (aged 3) 400
Mildred Huxley To my Godson 401
Katharine Tynan New Heaven 402
Katharine Tynan The Old Soldier 403
Lieutenant Ronald Lewis Carton Réveillé 403
Lieutenant Walter Lightowler Wilkinson A Lament from the Dead 404


Winifred M. Letts The Call to Arms in our Street 406
G. O. Warren The Endless Army 407
Katharine Tynan The Mother 408
Marjorie Wilson The Devonshire Mother 409
F. W. Bourdillon The Heart-Cry 410
Ada Tyrell My Son 410
Margaret Widdemer Homes 411
Edward J. O'Brien Song 412
Josephine Preston Peabody Harvest Moon 412
Josephine Preston Peabody Harvest Moon, 1916 414
Grace Fallow Norton The Journey 415
Captain Gilbert Frankau Mother and Mate 416
Gabrielle Elliot Pierrot Goes to War 417
Katherine Hale Grey Knitting 417
Katharine Tynan At Parting 418
Beatrice W. Ravenel Missing 419
Sara Teasdale Spring in War-Time 420


Austin Dobson "When there is Peace" 421
Austin Dobson Clean Hands 421
G. O. Warren Peace 422
Richard le Gallienne After the War 423
Marjorie L. C. Pickthall When It Is Finished 423
Eden Phillpotts Réveillé 424
Sergeant Leslie Coulson When I Come Home 425


Indexes 427