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Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Chrysanthemum Day

Chrysanthemum Day




Before the poppy was the symbol of Remembrance, the Chrysanthemum was the flower used to remember the men and women who were serving (and died) during the Great War.  These advertisements are from the Northern Whig, September 1916.







[Thanks to Nigel Henderson]


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