Tower of London on Armistice Day | 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' installation of 888,246 red ceramic poppies to commemorate the centenary of World War 1. The final poppy was planted on Armistice Day. The Weeping Window, England | by Elaine Williams #london www.littlemissscrabbled.co.uk

Tower of London on Armistice Day 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' installation of red ceramic poppies to commemorate the centenary of World War The final poppy was planted on Armistice Day. The Weeping Window, England by Elaine Williams

Remembrance Day. Poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.

▪️Remembrance Day poem: "In Flander's Fields" written during the First World War by Canadian physician Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae▪️

Veterans return for a nostalgic day out more than 50 years after the Mods fought the Rockers on Brighton seafront |

Veterans return 50 yrs after Mods fought Rockers on Brighton seafront

War poetry analysis of Wilfred Owen's 'Dulce et Decorum est'.

do yourself a favor for the WWI centenary and re-read Owen, Sassoon, et al. Remember how awful it was, how senseless it was, and how it directly led to WWII and changed everything. This is my set poem at school

Lest we forget: Remember WW1 pays tribute to the women on the home front who served on the land and in hospitals, as well as the servicemen ...

Remember WW1: embracing the spirit of the Home Front

WWI - Lest we forget: Remember WWI pays tribute to the women on the home front who served on the land and in hospitals, as well as the servicemen .

Blood Swept Lands And Seas Of Red, created to mark the centenary of the start of the Great War. It will eventually include 888,246 ceramic poppies to represent all British or colonial military fatalities of the conflict.

Blood Swept Lands and Seas Of Red, WWI poppy installation at Tower Of London x

London Remembers on 11th Novermber. Remembrance Sunday. 'They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. .At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them'.

Storytime Standouts looks at a Remembrance Day resource for young children, A Poppy Is to Remember by Heather Patterson and Ron Lightburn

Teaching resources including a primary remembrance assembly.

Assembly Packs

This image shows a solider standing in a poppy field, remembering all those who fought for our freedom.

In Flanders fields...

"In Flanders Fields" a poem by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, was inspired by the death of a friend during the Second Battle of Ypres. The reason Veteran's Day is assocated with poppies.

Never Forget... I can't buy a poppy for Remembrance Day now I live in the USA, so I'm pinning this.

Silence (a sonnet for Remembrance Day)

Trench warfare: British infantrymen occupying a shallow trench in a ruined landscape before an advance during the Battle of the Somme

A short presentation about World War I, Remembrance Day and the symbolism of the poppy.

A short presentation about World War I, Remembrance Day and the symbolism of the poppy. A keynote would be an excellent idea for french class!

Ceramic Artist - Paul Cummins. A staggering 888,246 poppies will eventually appear in the grounds of the Tower by November 11th 2014 - one for every soldier from the UK, Australia and the Commonwealth killed during the Great War.

atlanticinfocus: “ From “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red”, one of 16 photos. “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” by artist Paul Cummins, under construction in the moat of the Tower of London on September Each of the ceramic.

(WWI); 5,500 pebbles from Seaham beach have been laid at the feet of war-weary Tommy. -ww1photos .org (@WW1photos_org) | Twitter

pebbles from Seaham beach have been laid at the feet of war-weary Tommy.

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