A Crown of Life

The World of John McCrae

A Crown of Life tells the story of John McCrae, the soldier-doctor-poet who wrote “In Flanders Fields,” the best known poem to emerge from the First World War, and which inspired to adoption of the poppy as the symbol of remembrance. The book is now available in this handsome new paperback edition.

Dianne Graves Dianne Graves is the author of two previous books. In the Midst of Alarms examined the experiences of women in the War of 1812 She has also written a children's book about the Battle of the Windmill in 1838.

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