We're Going On!: The Collected Poems of Tom Wintringham
Tom Wintringham, Hugh Purcell
Smokestack, 2006 - Political poetry, English - 94 pages
Tom Wintringham was a man of action, serving his country in both World Wars, as well playing a leading role in the formation of the Communist Party in Britain. This book contains nearly all of his poems, many of which are published here for the first time.
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