Category Archives: Poems of the War

Contraband During WW2

Taken from an original article in 1939. Day and night the blockade of Germany goes on. Not by prowling submarine, but by the far more effective method of contraband control.  Not a ship can reach a German port by the North Sea … Continue reading

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Poetry During WW2, 1939 Part 1

The following Poetry was written during the war, dates and the poets names are given where known: 1939 By Humbert Wolfe in The Observer It darkens.  In the marsh the Goth and Vandal Have set their camp-fire burning. England waits. … Continue reading

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