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Andrew Hutchinson is wildlife painting artist, specialized in realistic, wildlife illustrations

This Riveting Art From the Front Lines of World War I Has Gone Largely Unseen for Decades

William James Aylward depicted a soldier looking down at the grave of his bunk mate in His Bunkie.. (National Museum of American History).

Poppy Flanders American Legion HEIRLOOM Seeds - John McCrae, a Canadian physician and soldier who served in World War I, immortalized the Flanders poppy, also known as corn poppy. His poem, “In Flanders Fields” spoke of these red poppies as reminders of those who had lost their lives in war. Scatter them in early spring or fall for your own personal memorial, or simply enjoy them for their glorious beauty.