Tag Archives: Great War Poetry

Noteworthy Websites: Behind Their Lines

  Having selected Connie Ruzich as the July 2016 “Person of the Argonne,” it only seems appropriate to focus on her WW1 poetry blogsite:  http://behindtheirlines.blogspot.com.   During our communication she listed three American poems which she thought fit best with the Meuse-Argonne website.  These are linked and briefly described below:   Battling Homesickness:  The poem “Home is Where the Pie Is” was published in Stars and Stripes and was very popular with American troops.  In this blogpost, Connie includes a discussion of the role the Continue reading →