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Anthem for Doomed Youth

Anthem for Doomed Youth This well-done site is the companion piece to a Special Collection at Brigham Young University that features poets of World War I. As the story of the War unfolds, it highlights poets by hyperlinks to information containing their biography and poetry. By reading the
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Anthem for Doomed Youth


This well-done site is the companion piece to a Special Collection at Brigham Young University that features poets of World War I. As the story of the War unfolds, it highlights poets by hyperlinks to information containing their biography and poetry. By reading the poetry in this context, students will get another view of the 'War to End All Wars.'

Robert S. Means, Brigham Young University

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Monica Williams-Mitchel

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