North Delta church bell to toll again in memory of First World War

North Delta church bell to toll again in memory of First World War
How Poppies Became a Symbol of Remembrance After World War I
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Introduced in 1921 by the British Legion, the famous poppy pin is worn by some to remember the casualties of war.

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Aaron Bastani, a key supporter of Jeremy Corbyn, blasted the campaign as “absolutely sickening” and called for the Royal British Legion to be shut down in a tirade of online rants.