See where I said above that if a German wore Vintage Poppy the man the myth the legend shirt a poppy it’d be cool? The Germans were the main people fighting against the UK in World War One – that’s the country we have most of our schooling about as a combatant. It’s really okay – and totally appropriate. Your country lost people too. Kind of the whole point of Remembrance Day is that it’s set on the day the war ended -the day when we stopped being enemies and put our differences aside. That’s worth remembering and wearing a poppy is a totally decent way to remember it – not least because it’s also for a charity that helps out veterans (not just of WW1 but all wars since) –
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and helping out those veterans is a good thing. Vintage Poppy the man the myth the legend shirt As someone who in November spends time remembering my Great-Great-Grandfather who fell in World War One, and frequently gives around Poppy Season because I can always find something spare, to help the veterans now that are helped by that foundation – I have ABSOLUTELY no issue whatsoever with seeing anyone else wear a poppy. They’ve given money to help a worthwhile charity and they’re showing respect to fallen human beings. It’s as simple as that. ches and mutilated corpses. No corn and no poppies, which stand now for hope, gratitude, and respect for millions of fallen soldiers.