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Henry Reed

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English poet, author, and translator most widely known for his witty poem “Lessons from the Battle.” Another of his well-known poems, the satirical “Chard Whitlow,” made an appearance sometime later on. He studied in the University or college of Birmingham and consequently kept positions in teaching and journalism. He created and published for the “Hilda Tablet” BBC radio series in the 1950s. He was created in Birmingham, Britain and analyzed in Aston before operating like a Japanese translator during Globe Battle II. He became familiar with W.H. Auden in the University or college of Birmingham.

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Date Of Birth February 22, 1914
Place Of Birth Birmingham, England
Profession Poet
Education University of Birmingham
Nationality British
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