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New Songs of War sequence   poetry   war literature  
Issue Details: First known date: 1918... 1918 New Songs of War
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Notes

  • 'For the Triad.'
  • This sequence of poems contemplates the human cost of World War I.

Includes

New Songs of War : I : Blow, Bugles, Blow! i "Blow, bugles, blow: we are but breath!", Mary Gilmore , 1918 single work poetry war literature
— Appears in: The Triad , 10 May 1918; (p. 19)
New Songs of War : II : They Are Not Here! i "Let us make lamentation for our young,", Mary Gilmore , 1918 single work poetry war literature
— Appears in: The Triad , 10 May 1918; (p. 19)
New Songs of War : III : O Sweet! O Young! i "O sweet; O young; O unaccounted dead,", Mary Gilmore , 1918 single work poetry war literature
— Appears in: The Triad , 10 May 1918; (p. 19)
New Songs of War : IV : Love's Messenger Was in His Mouth! i "Young, young, so young -", Mary Gilmore , 1918 single work poetry war literature
— Appears in: The Triad , 10 May 1918; (p. 19)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon The Triad 10 May 1918 Z1145980 1918 periodical issue 1918 pg. 19
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