War Art and Poetry

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This section contains a selection of sketches and poems concerning the Great War.

The poems have been penned by the likes of Kipling, Cowan & the Rev. Pakeham-Walsh, however the majority are from ordinary men at home and at the Front, women and even children.

The sketches include satirical depictions and tabloid cartoons, often poking fun at key politicians and world events of the period including the Home Rule Crisis in Ireland, the Suffragette movement and the allies.

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In the Multitude of Counsellors'
The Nation Demands'
The New Departure'
Sweeping the North Sea'
Oliver Asks for Less'
Our Reserves'
The Latest Addition to the Kaiser's Menagerie'
Playing Smaller'
Extraordinary Behaviour of a Country Policeman After a Day's Visit to London'
A Postal Disorder'
The Price of Victory'
Pride Before the "Fall"'
A Promising Youngster'
Queen Elizabeth Enters the Dardanelles'
Ready, Aye, Ready!'
Redmond's Gratitude'
Tibet Go Bragh!'
The Rioter's Ideal'