Barrack-room ballads

a volume of poems (1892) by Rudyard Kipling, including Gunga Din, Danny Deever, and Mandalay.
Historical Examples

Nor could there be any doubt that his Barrack-Room Ballads were the most popular of his works.
America To-day, Observations and Reflections William Archer

The Barrack-Room Ballads would be incomprehensible to a Frenchman.
Paris Vistas Helen Davenport Gibbons


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