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  1. Nov 09,  · Nov 9, The WWI Origins of the Poppy as a Remembrance Symbol The Remembrance Day symbolism of the poppy started with a poem written by a World War I brigade surgeon who was struck by the sight.
  2. High quality Remembrance Day gifts and merchandise. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours.
  3. Remembrance Day is a day to honor and remember the soldiers, sailors and airmen who died during the service to their country. It is a holiday much like Veteran’s Day in the United States, and is observed in the 53 member countries of the Commonwealth Of Nations.
  4. Remembrance Day, also known as Armistice Day or Poppy Day, is technically meant to honor the end of World War One, which occurred at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month in But Remembrance Day has long been a time to pay respect to the fallen from all wars.
  5. Remembrance Day commemorates those who died in armed conflicts, particularly in and since World War I. In Canada, November 11 is officially called Remembrance Day, but it is also known as Armistice Day and Poppy meobaipsychwocorisylegafermerof.coinfo: National holiday 9 provinces and .
  6. Assembly presentations, lesson plans and activity ideas to help pupils to remember fallen soldiers on Remembrance Day. As 11 November approaches and the wearing of poppies becomes commonplace, it's vital that pupils of all ages understand the meaning and significance of Remembrance Day.
  7. On Remembrance Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also known as Remembrance Sunday because it falls on the second Sunday of November.
  8. Also called Decoration Day. a day, May 30, set aside in most states of the U.S. for observances in memory of dead members of the armed forces of all wars: now officially observed on the last Monday in May. any of several days, as April 26, May 10, or June 3, similarly observed in various Southern states.

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