Flanders Fields is the name given to the battlefields from World War I. The fields are located between West Flanders and East Flanders in Belgium.
Colonel McCrae was in Canada when he wrote In Flanders Fields. He was in hospital after being shot.
In Flanders Fields was created in 1915.
In Flanders Fields was written by John McCrae.
Flanders is in Belgium.
The Canadian 10 dollar bill has the poem "In Flanders Fields" written on it.
In Flanders Fields - John McCrae
The battle in Flanders Fields influenced the writing "In Flanders Field"
The poem "In Flanders Fields" by John McCrae was written during the Second Battle of Ypres.Ypres is a city in Belgium.
it's a poem
Flanders Flieds are the grounds near Ieper (Belgium) where World War I was fought.
Yes. there are poems written about flanders feilds where the fallen now rest.
Flanders is in Belgium. Flanders is the northern part of Belgium.
There are no graves marked in Flanders Fields, as there is no specific place. It is a part of a famous WW1 poem, and generically refers to the fighting places in the northern part of Belgium known as Flanders. The poem ("In Flanders Fields") was written by a Canadian physician John McCrae in 1915, and memorializes those killed in fighting in WW1.
Flanders Fields is not in a state. It is, however, in Europe. The actual county does not exist any longer, but it matches up with the Flemish region of Belgium.
The name of the famous poem by John McRae is InFlanders Fields.
the flowers called poppies
In Flanders Fields which is where the war was
The cast of In Flanders Fields - 2010 includes: David Arkema as Pte. Bird James Warke as Pte. Cotton
More information is necessary.If you are referring to the poem "In Flanders Fields" (written in 1915) then it is in the public domain. If you mean the book "In Flanders Fields: The 1917 Campaign," by Leon Wolff then the copyright would, in all likelihood, belong to either the author or whomever he assigned the copyright to because the book was written in 1958. Just the phrase "Flanders Fields" would not qualify for copyright protection but may be registered as a trademark.
A Canadian, John McCrae.
In Flanders fields
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