A poem for Remembrance Day

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Help your children to understand the significance of Remembrance Day – and why the poppy has become such a powerful symbol – using this classic World War I poem

About ‘In Flanders Fields’

This well-known and moving poem from the First World War was written by a Canadian soldier, John McCrae, who witnessed his friend’s death.

It uses the poppy as a dramatic symbol.

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