Confusions and Connections

In Flanders Fields

In 1915, a Canadian Lieutenant-Colonel sat down to write one of the most iconic poems of the First World War. That being In Flanders Fields. A poem that inspired one American woman, Moina Michael, to change the way the world commemorate the dead of both World Wars.

I leave you with an image that shows the poem. Not only that, you can download it and use it as wallpaper.
in flanders field

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