A little known war poet

Nova Scotian John Bradford served as a conducting officer during the First World War, but his poetry turned to more unusual subjects, such as Armenian refugees and the story of a horse that was killed in action at the front.

John Locke Bradford, The Blind Soldier and Other Poems (Halifax: Imperial Publishing, 1921)

Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
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book, 32 pages, 12.6cm x 20.1cm