Eliot wrote two pieces of war poetry that I know of. There may well be
I would encourage you to read "Defense of the Islands" and "A Note on War
Poetry" and start to draw your own opinion of Eliot's feelings concerning
Eliot tried to serve in WW II , albeit on his own terms, but was unable.
Joining the armed forces was not simply a matter of showing up, swearing in
and shipping out for Eliot but something that needed to be negotiated. The
negotiations drew out to the point that he ran out of a war to serve in. He
did serve as an air raid warden in London. He was a fairly famous literary
person during the war and did not, to my knowledge, speak out against it.
It would have been easy for him to find an audience for any anti-war
feelings that he might have wanted to express.