Author:Ewart Alan Mackintosh
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|M.C.. Officer in the Seaforth Highlanders from December 1914. Killed in action on the second day of the Battle of Cambrai, November 21, 1917. Lines from his poem "A Creed" are used on the Scottish American war memorial in Princes Street Gardens … "if it be life that waits, I shall live forever unconquered. If death, I shall die at last, strong in my pride and free."|
- War, The Liberator, and Other Pieces (1918) (unindexed) 
- In The Muse in Arms (1917): "Cha Till Maccruimein", p. 218.
- In A Treasury of War Poetry, … 1914-1919 (1917): "Oxford from the Trenches", p. 130; "In Memoriam", p. 395.
Works about MackintoshEdit
- "Obituary: Lieutenant Ewart Alan Mackintosh," in The Times (1917)
- Biographical note in For remembrance: soldier poets who have fallen in the war (1920) by A. St. John Adcock.