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▪️Remembrance Day poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae▪️ Remembrance Day Poems, Remembrance Day Activities, Armistice Day, Flanders Field, Anzac Day, Thinking Day, Keep The Faith, World War One, Veterans Day

In Flanders Fields

The poem "In Flanders Fields" by Dr John McCrae, written in 1915, is the reason that we use poppies to remember those that have died in wars. Read below or scroll down for our printable version.

 Two words on one side, fold over to make a contraction. to her -school planning- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, English Grammar, Word Study

Photo by Charity_Thorp

Contraction Cheaters. Two words on one side, fold over to make a contraction.

FLANDERS FIELDS: WWI - restored trenches in Ypres, Belgium, in these trenches men fought, died, and were brutally slaughtered. World War One, First World, Ypres Ww1, World History, Ww1 History, Flanders Field, Trauma, History Teachers, Lest We Forget

WWI - restored trenches in Ypres, Belgium, in these trenches men fought, died, and were brutally slaughtered.

First World War, Belgium. Corporal D G Pender holding a mule with a slouch hat on each ear, demonstrating the strength and size of the animal's ears. Note Corporal Pender is smoking a pipe. Military Photos, Military History, World War One, First World, Treaty Of Versailles, Frozen In Time, Prisoners Of War, Animal Ears, War Machine

Corporal D G Pender holding a mule with a slouch hat on each ear, demonstrating the strength and ...

First World War, 1914-1918, Belgium. Corporal D G Pender holding a mule with a slouch hat on each ear, demonstrating the strength and size of the animal's ears. Note Corporal Pender is smoking a pipe. Australian War Memorial, Canberra (Australia).

The headstone of an unknown soldier sits amongst thousands of others buried in Hooge Crater Military Cemetery in Ypres, Belgium Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Ypres Ww1, Ypres Belgium, Military Cemetery, Flanders Field, Unknown Soldier, World War One, Wwi, Trip Planning, Place Card Holders

WWI centenary: The 100 year old trenches of Flanders Fields, in pictures

The 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War: Flanders Fields 100 Years Since The Great War.

An Austrailan soldier standing amidst the ruins of Ypres, Belgium, and looking towards the remains of the Cloth Hall, September Ww1 History, History Education, World War One, First World, Tagore, Flanders Field, Military Photos, Old Photos, Wwii

An unidentified Australian soldier standing amidst the ruins of Ypres, Belgium, looking towards the remains of the Cloth Hall, 3 September 1917. All but destroyed during the war through artillery damage, it was painstakingly rebuilt between 1933 and 1967.Photographer: Frank Hurley, Australian war photographerImage: Australian War Memorial, ID No. E00716 (Colourisation and Research by Benjamin Thomas from Australia)