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"John McCrae in Flanders Fields"
Stephen Robinson and Tracie Seedhouse Robinson Heritage Consulting and the Guelph Museums

John McCrae is a doctor, military officer and amateur poet whose poem In Flanders Fields would become one of the most widely known of the First World War. When we examine each of McCrae's six medals and the events that led to their issue, we begin to appreciate the great achievements of this Canadian during world conflict in the early 20th century.

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