|John Drummond Allison|
|Died||2 December 1943 (aged c22)
near the Garigliano River, Italy
|Buried at||Minturno War Cemetery, Italy|
|Unit||East Surrey Regiment|
He was born in Caterham, Surrey, and educated at Bishop's Stortford College and at Queen's College, Oxford. After Sandhurst training, he became an intelligence officer in the East Surrey Regiment. He served in North Africa and Italy, where he was killed in action fighting on the Garigliano. Lieutenant Allison lies in the Minturno War Cemetery.
- The Yellow Night: Poems 1940-41-42-43 (1944)
- The Poems of Drummond Allison (1978) edited by Michael Sharp
- The Collected Poems of Drummond Allison (1993) edited by Stephen Benson
- Drummond Allison: Come, Let Us Pity Death, by Ross Davies (London:Cecil Woolf Publishers) ISBN 978-1-897967-91-1.
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