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Madame Guérin’s Legacy : The Remembrance Poppy we wear today.

Remembrance of all those who have given their lives in war.

Helping the families of the fallen and the survivors.

Madame Guérin : Edited from the 12 June 1918 edition of the Wichita Daily Eagle, Wichita, Kansas: Page 5

Madame Guérin.  Edited from the 12 June 1918 edition of the Wichita Daily Eagle, Wichita, Kansas: Page 5


One of Madame Anna Guérin’s French-made poppies which was distributed on the British streets on 11 November 1921. Courtesy/© of Heather Anne Johnson.

A Madame Anna A. Guérin French-made cotton poppy, distributed on British streets on 11 November 1921.   Courtesy/© of Heather Anne Johnson.


A World War One poppy, picked ‘In Flanders Fields’ c1917 Picked by a British Private in the Labour Corps Regiment. Courtesy/© of the family of that British Private.

A World War One poppy, picked ‘In Flanders Fields’ c1917.
Picked by a British Private in the Labour Corps Regiment.
Courtesy/© of the family of that British Private.

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