Bells to toll across KW, Guelph on Remembrance Day

Bells to toll across KW, Guelph on Remembrance Day
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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He adds: “I feel the poppy appeal is grotesque. I think it has triumphalist militarism to it, which, A, doesn’t really fit with Britain’s military position in the world anymore. And ‘B’, it’s racist, right? It’s white supremacists – I think.”

Outrage as key Corbyn supporter calls poppy appeal RACIST

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