WWII hero Dennis Wilson 

Aged 22 in the trenches, Dennis had scribbled verse in his official Field Service Pocket Book about the horrors of war and the shrapnel injury to his arm that later saw him sent homesome.   69 years later, his words were finally printed after a researcher at Goldsmiths College, University of London, discovered his work, describing him as ‘the Wilfred Owen of World War II’.

Source: WWII hero Dennis Wilson spent £4,876 on life cover that’ll pay out £1,757 | This is Money

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