Poems in Dottyville – How two traumatised soldiers changed notions of war

(This version of the Nov. 10 story was corrected to show that Craiglockhart is part of Edinburgh Napier University, not Heriot Watt University)

Actors Jake Morgan and Sam Ducane extend their hands to catch poppies, as they pose for photographs at the launch of the 1918 Poppy Pledge in a re-creation of a First World War trench at Pollock House in Glasgow, Scotland November 10, 2017. The actors appeared in the The Wipers Times, a play named after a magazine published by British soldiers in the First World War. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

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