First-world-war stories, books, poems, and more

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A poem written to remember 100 years later WWI. Read More
Fifth of five short plays about the First World War. Not the usual stories about trench warfare, but more about the lives that were affected at home, and the change in society. Four monologues to remember those who died in the conflict. Read More
Fourth of five short plays about the First World War. Not the usual stories about trench warfare, but more about the lives that were affected at home, and the change in society. A man is accused of cowardice, but not everything is what it seems. Read More
Third of five short plays about the First World War. Not the usual stories about trench warfare, but more about the lives that were affected at home, and the change in society. A young man returns home to visit his dying mother, but he cannot stay. Read More
Second of five short plays about the First World War. Not the usual stories about trench warfare, but more about the lives that were affected at home, and the change in society. A drunk man tries to convince a policeman that he has seen a Zeppelin over his town. Read More
First of five short plays about the First World War. Not the usual stories about trench warfare, but more about the lives that were affected at home, and the change in society. Two young women want to join a local bowls club. Will it be too much for the traditional… Read More
Eric had always known his gran hated football, but he hoped she would change her mind now that England were in the World Cup final. Read More
They said the war would be over by Christmas, that was two years ago. Follow the stories of five characters as they desperately fight for every breath in humanities darkest hour. Only the strongest will survive as they battle their way through mood, blood, and cold hard steel. The trenches… Read More

Short Story / Horror

December 28, 2016

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When Elizabeth Rochford hears that there is a medium performing at the local hall she is unconvinced. Everyone had lost somebody in the Great War but that didn't mean we should meddle in such things. Besides, the medium was obviously a fraud, wasn't she? Read More
Beryl Clarke was distraught when she learned that her husband had been killed in the conflict they called the Great War. What made things worse that he had been shot for cowardice. This is their story. Read More
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