Life In London – Historical Building Puts On A Display Remembering World War One

Britain entered one of the costliest conflicts in history, the First World War and the fighting continuing until the 11th of November 1918, Armistice Day. The Royal British Legion was founded by veterans of the First World War who adopted the poppy as their symbol of Remembrance and hope.

Marking one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War. Ceramic artist Paul Cummins and stage designer Tom Piper have displayed this astonishing view in the heart of the city.

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16 thoughts on “Life In London – Historical Building Puts On A Display Remembering World War One

  1. This is an astonishing installation indeed! Thank you for sharing it with us. Keep up the good work. I would like to share it on my facebook page. Please let me know if you agree. Kind regards!

      1. Hello Ali. Yes of course! This is the link to my facebook page to check it out for yourself:[https://www.facebook.com/daftapblog] The post will probably be up within the next few days. Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog and liking my posts. Best wishes! 🙂

      2. I apologize but the link does not redirect to my page for some reason. Luckily I checked it. I will write you again when the post is up. Thanks again!

      3. Hello Ali, I just posted your photos on my fb page. Make sure to check out your messages on ”ZAZA photography”. Thank you so much! Kind regards. 🙂

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