For nearly a century, the delicate poppy has symbolized the fallen soldier.
Within a single flower are four petals or more – each illustrating how
a soldier never falls alone. Behind every fallen soldier is a mother, a father,
siblings, relatives and friends left behind. One hundred years after the signing
of the Treaty of Versailles, the poppy continues to be an enduring icon,
reminding us of not only the fallen from the First World War, but of all wars.