Photo from a visit to Green Park in London which has a notable war memorial to Canadians and so today I remember them.
“The only place that I have found with a bit of colour is where we are camped at now. It is really quite pretty here, as there are masses of all sorts of wildflowers, the prettiest of which are real poppies, and they are blood red, and certainly a sight for sore eyes in the desert.”
Norman Parker (Canadian), manning anti-aircraft guns in the Western Desert Campaign in North Africa during World War II. (Remembrance Day Stories from Canada)