According to Catherine W. Reilly in "English Poetry of the First World War An Anthology", Paul Vincent Delahunty, who was born in Manchester in 1888, wrote some poetry specially to be read out at a dinner party on 9th March 1920. This was held at the Reform Club in Manchester and was hosted by Mr Sam Meadowcroft in grateful thanks for being rescued from the White Star Liner S. S. "Arabic" when she was torpedoed on 19th August 1915 on her way to New York. The sinking took place off Kinsale on the southern coast of Ireland. The incident caused quite a stir in diplomatic circles.
A limited edition of only sixteen copies of the poetry was printed by Riccardi P. and published by the Medici Society. There is apparently a copy at Manchester Public Library.
Page 108, "English Poetry of the First World War An Anthology" compiled by Catherine W. Reilly and published by St. Martin's Press, New York in 1978.