For this Alone
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At the outbreak of the Second World War, Ronald Mogg left journalism to join the RAF. In 1940 his Wellington bomber was shot down over Germany and he became a POW. It was in captivity that he turned to poetry and two books of poems were published while he was still in German POW camps: For This Alone (1944) and Time to Stand and Stare (1945). This little book brings together both collections, along with two lithographs by JW Lambert, a fellow prisoner.