Up The Line To Death: The War Poets 1914-1918 is a poetry anthology edited by Brian Gardner, and first published in 1964. It was a significant revisiting of the tradition of the war poet, writing in English, though by no means the only such collection; and was backed up by strong biographical research on the poets included. Those were mainly British and Irish combattants of World War I; but there are also Australian, Canadian and Americans poets. Some contemporary poems by major poets not involved in the fighting are also given.
Richard Aldington - Martin Armstrong - Herbert Asquith - Raymond Asquith - Maurice Baring - Leonard Barnes - Paul Bewsher - Laurence Binyon - John Peale Bishop - Edmund Blunden - Rupert Brooke - Leslie Coulson - E. E. Cummings - Jeffery Day - Geoffrey Dearmer - John Drinkwater - Lord Dunsany - J. Griffyth Fairfax - Gilbert Frankau - John Freeman - Crosbie Garstin - Wilfrid Gibson - Robert Graves - Julian Grenfell - Wyn Griffith - Thomas Hardy - F. W. Harvey - A. P. Herbert - W. N. Hodgson - A. E. Housman - Philip Johnstone - David Jones - T. M. Kettle - Rudyard Kipling - Francis Ledwidge - P. H. B. Lyon - D. S. MacColl - John McCrae - Patrick MacGill - E. A. Mackintosh - R. B. Marriott-Watson - A. A. Milne - Harold Monro - Sir Henry Newbolt - Robert Nichols - Wilfred Owen - Nowell Oxland - Robert Palmer - Max Plowman - Herbert Read - Edgell Rickword - Isaac Rosenberg - Siegfried Sassoon - R. H. Sauter - Alan Seeger - Robert W. Service - Edward Shanks - Patrick Shaw-Stewart - Osbert Sitwell - C. H. Sorley - Edward de Stein - E. W. Tennant - Edward Thomas - Edward Thompson - W. J. Turner - R. E. Vernède - Alec Waugh - Willoughby Weaving - I. A. Williams - T. P. Cameron Wilson - W. B. Yeats - E. Hilton Young - Francis Brett Young