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One of the most well-known Remembrance Day poems, "In Flanders Fields" was written by Canada's Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae during the First World War and inspired by poppy fields near "Essex Farm", Ypres in Flanders.
John McCrae in uniform circa 1914 Canadian physician, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae wrote "In Flanders Fields", later considered one of the most notable poems written during the First World War
"In Flanders Fields" a war poem, written during the The Great War by Canadian physician, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.
"In Flander's Field" is a memorable poem that was written by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae in a cemetery in the Flanders region of Belgium
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Poppies in Flanders Field. WWI
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In Flanders Field
In Flanders Fields the poppy grew. Wear your poppies proud. I will.
Remembrance Day. Poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.
Flanders Fields (Belgium). The only cemetery in Belgium of American dead from World War l. A total of 368 service men were buried here.
The poppy is how new zealanders remember the soldiers that died saving new zealand at the annual anzac parade on the 25 of april. It is in the morning usally at 5-6 am because thats when they started fighting
In Flanders Fields...Our sixth grade class performs this poem every year at our Veteran's Day Program...What a wonderful tribute. I love it.
In Flanders Fields by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel, John McCrae, May 3, 1915. See: wikipedia.org/wiki/In_Flanders_Fields