Earl Haig Fund poppy lapel badge, 1930
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Scottish poppy blooms again

This Scottish poppy, now on display in the Society gallery, dates from the early days of the Poppy Appeal.

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The Cenotaph in Whitehall, 1919

Peace and commemoration

After the Armistice in November 1918, millions of soldiers hoped they would soon go home. But demobilising so many troops was a huge task. How best to mark the Allied victory and commemorate the fallen also became subjects for debate.

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Scottish poppy

Scottish poppy blooms again

This Scottish poppy, now on display in the Society gallery, dates from the early days of the Poppy Appeal.

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Remembrance

Follow this gallery trail to find out how and why people remember those who have served in wars.

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Take a view on society's relationship with the army

Explore society's opinions of the army, its operations and the soldiers who serve in it, and how and why society's attitudes fluctuate.

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