The meaning is that all the people who died in the war are saying that all their beautiful surroundings and then reality hits them and they get to the serious stuff saying that carry on the war and win because we did not just die and risk our lives just to lose and if we do not win then we will never rest in peace always fight for justice and PEACE
EVEN IF IT MEANS RISKING YOUR OWN LIVES
In Flanders Fields - John McCrae
it's a poem
The Canadian 10 dollar bill has the poem "In Flanders Fields" written on it.
A Canadian, John McCrae.
In Flanders fields
the theme is death and peace
The name of the famous poem by John McRae is InFlanders Fields.
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.
not too many
Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.
"In Flanders Fields" by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.
The Canadian ten dollar bill
it was made in 1915 this guy who did it was sad because his friend die so he made this poem
magazine article on the 75th anniversary of the poem, ''In Flanders Fields''
The entire poppy is a symbol of remembrance and comes from the poem, "In Flanders Fields." There is no special meaning for the green leaf as the poppy as a whole is the symbol for remembrance.
In Flanders Fields was created in 1915.
Flanders Fields was intended as an homage to the war dead. It was also intended as an anti-war poem. And as we were born free and liberated, I would say rejoiced, Lest We Forget.
They want the still fight soldiers to stay strong
In Flanders Fields was written by John McCrae.
I think mostly because a Canadian wrote the poem "Flanders Fields". Flanders was allegedly a generic name for battlefields in the county of Flanders in Belgium. Canada fought many of their most important battles there; Ypres, The Somme and Passchendaele. John MacCrae wrote the poem during the battle of the Somme, in Flanders.
The poem "In Flanders Fields" by John McCrae was written during the Second Battle of Ypres.Ypres is a city in Belgium.
Flanders is in Belgium.
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.
Flanders (region of Belgium and Northern France) translates as "les Flandres" in French. Flander's fields could then literally be translated "les champs des Flandres". For the translation of Flander's fields poem in French, see related question.