Dedicate a poppy Flanders' Field of Poppies In 1918, 11 November signalled the end of The Great War; the Armistice was signed. Since 1921, the nation has come together to remember the sacrifices that hundreds of thousands of British and Commonwealth Service men and women made - not just during the Great War, but World War 2 and all subsequent wars and conflicts including Iraq and Afghanistan. To salute all these heroes and express the gratitude they deserve this Remembrance Day, the Legion is planting a "Flanders Field" of Poppies beside the ramparts of the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres. You can be part of this heartfelt act of commemoration by dedicating a poppy with your personal message. Every poppy planted is one more deed of courage remembered. The Menin Gate is unique because it is the only place in the world where the fallen of the Great War are remembered each day. Our online dedications for the Flanders' Field of Poppies in 2012 have now closed. The 2013 dedications will open in August/September 2013. Photo gallery of previous Flanders Fields of Poppies.