Alan Seeger Folk singer Pete Seeger remembers his Uncle Alan Seeger, who served in Europe during World War I. Alan Seeger was a poet, who, before he was killed in 1916, wrote the poem I Have A Rendezvous with Death. Pete Seeger's story will also be part of the public radio program The Telling Takes Us Home
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Folk singer Pete Seeger remembers his Uncle Alan Seeger, who served in Europe during World War I. Alan Seeger was a poet, who, before he was killed in 1916, wrote the poem I Have A Rendezvous with Death. Pete Seeger's story will also be part of the public radio program The Telling Takes Us Home