what is the irony in the poem after blenheim?

what is the irony in the poem after blenheim?

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    The irony in the poem lies with the fact Old Kaspar glorifies the war by saying “famous victory” despite knowing the reason for the war. He lives and survives under an illusion which is why till the very end he kept on saying that all that matters is the great victory.

    Summary of After Blenheim Poem

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