Wednesday, May 03, 2017

On This Day In Canadian History....

1915 - Lt.-Col. John McCrae of Guelph, Ontario composes his poem 'In Flanders Fields' in 20 minutes, while overlooking the grave of a fellow officer at Ypres, Belgium; first published in Dec. 1915 in Punch magazine, his elegy is the most famous English poem written during World War I

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