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The legacy of gay war poets

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While many historians have documented the events of the First World War, it is the words of the war’s poets that continue to captivate the world’s imagination. A century after the outbreak of conflict, the creative (and sometimes idealistic) compositions of the likes of John McCrae and Rupert Brooke continue to resonate with the public. We are all undoubtedly familiar ...

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