I have started a blog about World War 2 poetry. My interest stemmed from looking at some of the lesser known war poetry from World War 1 then realising that was a great amount of poetry from World War 2 that is much neglected. I already have a blog and website about 'Great War at Sea Poetry'. So far I've only looked at British poetry but hope to expand this. World War 2 poetry is often overlooked and hasn't defined the popular view of World War 2 in the way that poets have been so significant in interpreting World War 1, but some quite fascinating work was published. Keith Douglas is probably the most acclaimed British World War 2 poet, though 'Naming of the Parts' by Henry Reed is normally considered the most popular British poem from World War 2. http://worldwar2poetry.blogspot.co.uk/ So far have featured Vernon Scannell, Henry Treece, John Hendry, Alun Lewis, Alexandra Grantham amongst others. Whilst have added posts about World War 2 naval poets Alan Ross and Roy Fuller to http://greatwaratsea.blogspot.co.uk/ Suggestion welcome about other poets and poems that I could look at.