Not only was Julian Peters kind enough to let us use his comics adaptation of ‘In Flanders Fields’ but he also wrote a blog post about our project ! Let us thank the talented Julian Peters here. 🙂 Click here to read Continuer la lecture Julian Peters knows you a little…
Last week , the 3e1 created an interesting scene evoking McCrae’s poem. You can see Catherine’s house aptly falling into ruin, Kenzo and Hugo’s bricks, Clara’s expressive corpse, Théo’s soldier’s legs, Romain’s amazing poppies, Nicolas’s crashed plane, an unknown soldier’s grave with a Continuer la lecture WWI in the Art class !
What are mince pies ? A mince pie (also mincemeat pie in New England, and fruit mince pie in Australia and New Zealand) is a sweet pie of British origin, filled with a mixture of dried fruits and spices called Continuer la lecture All you want to know about MINCE PIES !
A Canadian stamp A Canadian banknote ( the poem is written on it next to poppies ) A Peanuts cartoon by Schulz A comic by Julian Peters Illustration by courtesy of © Julian Peters In Flanders Fields by John McCrae
John McCrae was a Canadian soldier who lost a friend in the battle of Ypres during the First World War in 1915. Inspired by the poppies growing in the battle fields, he wrote a poem as a tribute to all Continuer la lecture November 11th: Poppy Day in Larche!
CANADIAN PROPAGANDA http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/fr/explore/online/posters/bonds.aspx PAINTINGS by the Nash brothers and Otto Dix http://www.iwm.org.uk/history/the-powerful-western-front-paintings-of-the-nash-brothers http://www.memorial-caen.fr/10EVENT/EXPO1418/fr/texte/100text.html [http://germanhistorydocs.ghi-dc.org/sub_image.cfm?image_id=2129] COMICS by Julian Peters In Flanders Fields by John McCrae Three WWI poems by Giuseppe Ungaretti MUSEE CANADIEN DE LA GUERRE Au champ d’honneur et John McCrae Continuer la lecture WORLD WAR ONE – websites to visit