2 edition of Great World War and miscellaneous poems found in the catalog.
Great World War and miscellaneous poems
Alex G. Veniot
|Statement||by Alex. G. Veniot.|
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|Pagination||68,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
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Book Description HTML This booklet explains why oil was the real cause of the First World War, and explains the economic and geopolitical interests behind all the major players of this er it compares the first Great War for oil in with the oil wars of . Frequently Asked Questions Who wrote this list? See the heading above and the credit below to find out who wrote this list. If you don't like the selections in this list . Sep 2, - Edward Thomas in In , Frost moved his family to England to try and salvage his stalled literary career. While there, Frost met many poets – one being Edward Thomas. Frost and Thomas would often go for walk while exchanging literary and personal thoughts. They became fast friends. When World War I broke out, Fr.
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First published inthis edition covers three major wars - the Revolutionary War, the Civil War and the First World War as well as all the wars America fought in the 19th century. An attempt has been made in the present collection to gather together the patriotic poems of America, those which depict feelings as well as those which describe /5(6).
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