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A poppy is to remember / Hubert Combe’s poppy, 1921
Around the world today, the poppy is recognized as a symbol of remembrance. Its promotion was due in part to the efforts of American Moina Belle Michael, who pledged to always wear a poppy as a sign of remembrance after reading John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields.” Canada adopted the poppy as its official symbol of remembrance in 1921. This 1921 poppy belonged to Hubert Combe.