The Echenberg War Poetry Collection
The Echenberg War Poetry Collection is the largest collection of its kind. It consists of over 5000 volumes written by people who have experienced war and then written about that experience in the form of poetry. While most of works are by male English speaking poets of the 19th and 20th centuries, the collection is much broader. It includes works by men, women and children of all nationalities, languages and conflicts from ancient times to the present, from the War Poetry of the Sumerians to the poetry arising from present day conflict in the Middle East. The collection also includes related anthologies, manuscripts, bibliographies, biographies, reviews, critical examinations etc.
The collection is still a work in progress. It is planned that someday it will be placed in an academic setting where it be available for research and study and can continue to grow into the future.
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