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Ron Wheeldon Nov 6
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Katey~tweets 11 Nov 17
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Line Of Duty UK Oct 30
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Griet Langedock Aug 23
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Sen. Denise Batters 11 Nov 17
On , we pledge to the men and women of our Canadian armed forces that we will their bravery and sacrifice. , still so poignant, 102 years later:
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The Chelsea Pensioners 26 Oct 17
We're proud to have on site at today to launch with a touching poppy installation
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Simon Verdegem May 10
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There where more amazing and well preserved features found during that excavation... 3/3
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Bedford Blues 31 Oct 17
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Ossett History Jul 14
Visiting in Flanders fields museum. Miss Bellis has the best group
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S. Preston Nov 12
I call it Remembrance Day. You may call it Veterans Day or Armistice Day. Regardless the name, today we decided that it’s better to live together in peace then die in war.
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Battlefield Tours 28 Jan 18
Today we remember Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, Corp. Known for penning the , now at rest in communal
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AgilityWithAmanda Nov 11
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Belleville Senators Nov 11
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Battlefield Tours Jan 28
Today we remember 101 years on, Lt Col. John McCrae. Immortalised at cemetery in for his writting of the he now rests at communal along side just over 3000 lost in
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Curlyhairlass19 28 May 18
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Everything AAD Nov 11
Okay, but when the church bells rang at 11 am today, I got goosebumps all over the place...
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Melanie Korach Sep 23
University of Toronto 1 (1914-1918) & Second World War (1939-1945) Memorial. Dedicated to the students who lost their lives. Seeing the engraved into the wall was very emotional.
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Canada Nov 5
All over Canada, people are wearing poppies in honour of . The , as a symbol of remembrance, was inspired by the poem , written in 1915 by Canadian soldier John McCrae while serving in Flanders, Belgium.
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Cycling In Flanders Aug 25
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GentWevelgem Nov 10
Our poppy & candle lights as a sign of deep respect
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