Remembrance Day is a ponient day especially this year – the 100 Years Anniversary since the Armistice of World War I.
Red, white, blue, purple and black poppies, white daisies, blue cornflowers, chrysanthemums and forget-me-nots—war remembrance flowers have come in many varieties and almost every colour—including the rainbow, if at least one academic has their way. The United Kingdom and many of the former colonies of the UK, including here in Canada, Australia and the United […]
via The flowers of war and the many colours of remembrance — sqwabb
Indeed, a very solemn moments to remember those who died for peace during the 1st World War… ‘Lest we forget’ …
The ‘Flanders Poppy’ now referred to as ‘Remembrance Poppy’ symbolises a worldwide remembrance to those individuals we lost and those who were injured during the ‘Great War’ also known as the World War I. This Yeas of 2018, we are commemorating the ‘Armistice Centenary Anniversary’ that took place in November 11, 1918. The event will […]
via “Lest we forget – 100 Years Since” ‘Flanders Poppies’ Living Their Memories … — Scotland&Me