This image is from the front cover of a small leaflet that was produced for the first Poppy Day in 1919 and was owned by the wife of Second Lieutenant Leonard Brown who died serving with the East Surrey Regiment in Flanders in 1918; after nearly four years on the Western Front, having been commissioned from the ranks.

Remembrance: The First Poppy Day

This WWI era image is from the front cover of a small leaflet that was produced for the first Remembrance 'Poppy' Day in

Over 800,000 ceramic poppies will be planted in the moat of the Tower of London to commemorate World War 1. http://poppies.hrp.org.uk

Tower of London Remembers ~ 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppy exhbition

A Remembrance Day slideshow using Mark Knopfler's wonderful "Remembrance Day" song from the album 'Get Lucky' (2009).

A Remembrance Day slideshow using Mark Knopfler's wonderful "Remembrance Day" song from the album 'Get Lucky' The early part of the song conveys many.

WW1 - Harry Patch

"The Last Tommy", Harry Patch, who asked us to remember soldiers from all nations as victims together. Reading words this lovely gentleman said will make anyone think long and hard about conflict and warfare.

Hard work: Hundreds of volunteers, working in two shifts per day, have nearly finished pla...

atlanticinfocus: “ From “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red”, one of 16 photos. “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” by artist Paul Cummins, under construction in the moat of the Tower of London on September Each of the ceramic.

Remembering

African-americans in military history breaking barriers essay African American Soldiers During The Civil War History Essay. There were also many black people called African Americans, a great deal of barriers to.

A Circle line train decorated in a poppy design in support of London Poppy Day. Picture: Transport for London

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met London Poppy Day supporters as part of the annual Poppy Appeal at Kensington Palace this morning.

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