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The scarlet corn poppy grows naturally in conditions of disturbed earth throughout Western Europe. Its use as a symbol of remembrance was first inspired by the World War I poem “In Flanders Fields” by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae after witnessing the death of his friend, a fellow soldier, on 2 May 1915. It has since, of course, been adopted by The Royal British Legion as the symbol for their Poppy Appeal, in aid of British military personnel.
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