In Flanders Fields and Other Poems

References

Footnotes
  1. ^ Prescott 1985, p. 11
  2. ^ The early years, Veterans Affairs Canada, retrieved 2012-02-06 
  3. ^ Prescott 1985, p. 21
  4. ^ Gillmor 2001, pp. 91–92
  5. ^ Prescott 1985, p. 31
  6. ^ Bassett 1984, p. 14
  7. ^ In Flanders Fields, Veterans Affairs Canada, retrieved 2012-02-06 
  8. ^ Gillmor 2001, p. 93
  9. ^ In Flanders Fields and Other Poems. G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1919. p. 3.  |accessdate= requires |url= (help) The typeset version of the poem ends the first line with "blow". The same book also includes McCrae's handwritten copy of the poem, in which the first line ends with "grow".
  10. ^ Prescott 1985, p. 106
  11. ^ a b "In Flanders Fields", New York Times, 1921-12-18, retrieved 2012-02-07 
  12. ^ a b Prescott 1985, pp. 105–106
  13. ^ a b "Poem depicts war scenes", Regina Leader-Post, 1968-11-12: 13, retrieved 2012-02-07 
  14. ^ a b "Forever there... In Flanders Fields", The Journal Opinion, 2006-03-29: 8, retrieved 2012-02-07 
  15. ^ The Red Poppy, The Australian Army, retrieved 2012-02-07 
  16. ^ a b Prescott 1985, p. 96
  17. ^ Prescott 1985, pp. 95–96
  18. ^ Gillmor 2001, p. 94
  19. ^ Prescott 1985, p. 105
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  23. ^ a b Fussell 2009, p. 315
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  25. ^ Bassett 1984, p. 50
  26. ^ Bassett 1984, p. 49
  27. ^ a b Prescott 1985, p. 125
  28. ^ a b Prescott 1985, p. 133
  29. ^ In Flanders Fields (Song Collection), Library of Congress, retrieved 2012-02-20 
  30. ^ Fussell 2009, pp. 314–315
  31. ^ Prescott 1985, p. 101
  32. ^ Bassett 1984, pp. 59–60
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  • Bassett, John (1984), The Canadians: John McCrae, Markham, Ontario: Fitzhenry & Whiteside Limited, ISBN 0-88902-651-3 
  • Fussell, Paul (2009) [1975], The Great War and Modern Memory (Illustrated Edition), New York: Stirling Publishing, ISBN 0-19-513331-5 
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