British, World Battle I-era poet whose best-known functions include “Dulce et Decorum Est” and “Anthem for Doomed Youngsters.” The majority of his popular poems were released after his loss of life. He got classes in Aged British and botany at College or university University, Reading. He was wiped out in fight in France in 1918. He was among four children created to Thomas and Harriet Susan Owen. He was an admirer and good friend of writer Siegfried Sassoon.
|1||Died as Lieutenant with the 5th Bn., Manchester Regt. Buried at Ors Communal Cemetery, Nord, France.|
|2||Decorated with Military Cross in WWI|
|The Sunday Programme||TV Series poem - 2 episodes, 2003 poems - 1 episode, 2002|
|The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century||1996||TV Mini-Series poems - uncredited|
|Benjamin Britten: War Requiem||1993||TV Movie documentary poems|
|War Requiem||1989||poems - uncredited|
|The White Chateau||1938||TV Movie verse|
|War Requiem||1989||"War Requiem, Op. 66"|
|Strange Meeting: The Making of the Film Wilfred||2000||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
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