The poppy is the symbol of remembrance in Great Britain. Rineke got to know this when she attended the remembrance day on May 4 in her former hometown of Dronten for many years. The monument in Dronten is the propeller of a Lancaster bomber from the Second World War. Until a few years ago, the ‘Airgunners‘, the air gunners from those aircraft, were always present at grand and impressive commemorations. Their wives and relatives each place a ‘poppy’ to commemorate their loved ones. War always only leaves loss. Lest we forget.


  • Width: 9 cm
  • Height: 41 cm
  • Depth: 5 cm
  • Material: Glass
  • Elements: 2
  • On glass stand
    10 x 10 x 10 cm
  • Available

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