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Source: The Bulletin, 30 September, 1915, p. 3
A Trench in Gallipoli single work   poetry   war literature   "Pale turquoise tints steal over the morn"
Issue Details: First known date: 1915... 1915 A Trench in Gallipoli
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Contrasts the beauty of dawn with the stench of corpses on the battlefield.


  • This poem appeared in the Bulletin in September 1915 with the author's name and address given as 'Geoffrey Cuming, Gallipoli'. Peter Kirkpatrick attributes the poem to Cumine in The Sea Coast of Bohemia (1992), p. 140.

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    y separately published work icon The Bulletin vol. 36 no. 1859 30 September 1915 Z589299 1915 periodical issue 1915 pg. 3
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