Remembrance Is A Truly International Experience …

Another wonderful story … with images from Jackie Blazier Young in Illinois USA who is sending along her five poppies to contribute to the mix … dedicated to five members of her family :  Jackie writes …

First memorial poppy finished. I will be sending 5 poppies in remembrance of (left to right): Dad, Web Blazier, Sr. WW1, brothers George, Web, Jr., and Don Blazier and brother-in-law, Harry Warner (all WW2). Loved and missed. — with Web Blazier, Sr., George Blazier, Web Blazier, Jr., Don Blazier and Harry Warner.


Feel quite humbled by the wonderful stories coming out of this project.

Please keep them coming friends.


About 5000 Poppies

The 5000 Poppies Project is a community tribute of respect and remembrance for our servicemen and women, their families and their communities. Created in 2013 by sisters in law Lynn Berry and Margaret Knight in honour of their fathers service in WWII, the project has been closely aligned with the Centenary of Anzac 2014 to 2018, and has consisted of a number of small and large scale installations made from handcrafted poppies from many thousands of contributors from all over the world.
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2 Responses to Remembrance Is A Truly International Experience …

  1. This is beautiful the women’s auxiliary NSW are putting together a patchwork quilt for next year the 100 years of Australia in wars and conflicts we hope to make money by having a raffle and raising money for Defence care

    • 5000poppies says:

      Thanks Pauline … It will be wonderful. Send photos of your quilt and I will post on the blog. Crafters are so generous with their time.

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