Lusitania

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Drafts on the reverse of a draft of 'Dusk and the Mirror'. Also on page are two pencil drafts of the poem 'Significance' and pencil fragment [You can never bury him]. The 'Lusitania' was a British passenger liner sunk by a German torpedo, 7 May 1915, on a homeward voyage from New York. 1,198 people died, including 100 Americans.