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TABLE OF CONTENTS,1 Introduction,2 History of Remembrance Day. 3 History of the Poppy,4 In Flanders Fields,5 Wearing of poppies on uniforms. 6 Flag Etiquette,7 Flags at half mast,8 Remembrance Day Ceremonies. 9 Gun Salutes,10 Act of Remembrance,11 Last Post Rouse Lament to the Fallen. 13 Laying of Wreaths,14 Remove Headdress,15 Paying of Compliments.
16 Wearing of Medals,REFERENCES, CFP A DH 200 000 AG 000 The Heritage Structure of the CAF. CFP A DH 201 000 PT 000 The Canadian Armed Forces Manual of Drill and. Ceremonial, CFP A DH 265 000 AG 001 Canadian Armed Forces Dress Instructions. Queen s Regulations and Orders,CANFORGEN 167 11 CMP 082 11 141244Z SEP 11. NDCDC 01 11, Customs and Traditions of the Canadian Forces by E C Russell 1980. New Oxford Dictionary of English, Department of Canadian Heritage website www canadianheritage gc ca.
Department of Veterans Affairs Canada website www vac acc gc ca. Royal Canadian Legion, Directorate of History and Heritage http cmp cpm mil ca en honours history. history heritage page,1 INTRODUCTION, The following is a Remembrance Day aide memoire on how the Canadian Armed. Forces conducts Remembrance Day and related ceremonies The aim of this aide. memoire is to provide a general and historical background that we hope will answer. questions or disperse misconceptions on certain aspects of remembrance ceremonies An. example of this is the misconception concerning ownership of the National flag The. Canadian Armed Forces CAF does not regulate the use display or direct protocol. concerning the Canadian flag as this is the responsibility of the Department of Canadian. Heritage www canadianheritage gc ca, This aide memoire has been written to include the Remembrance Day. ceremonies both large and small which the CAF itself directs or is asked to participate. in The excerpts contained within are considered the framework by which the CAF. constructs remembrance ceremonies which are similar in scope but have specific. differences both in Canada and abroad These excerpts are guidelines only meaning that. it is possible to tailor the remembrance ceremony around these basic guidelines. However the factors of just who will be in attendance the availability of resources. locations and local laws will set the parameters of the ceremony to be followed All that. being said some excerpts are non negotiable as they have been set forth by king. country tradition and proclamation and are carried out under the authority of the Office. of the Chief of Defence Staff CDS, Most of the information and references utilized within have come from our three. Canadian Forces Publications CFP They are freely available on the DND Intranet. DWAN at the Directorate of History and Heritage website at this time Please use the. following link provided here http cmp cpm mil ca en honours history history. heritage page, CFP A DH 200 000 AG 000 The Heritage Structure of the CAF.
CFP A DH 201 000 PT 000 The Canadian Armed Forces Manual of Drill and. Ceremonial, CFP A DH 265 000 AG 001 Canadian Armed Forces Dress Instructions. NDCDC 01 11, Other historical information and policies used within were compiled utilizing. many sources freely available on the internet and due regard is given to any authors of. such material As well historical documentation within national and international. libraries was utilized whenever possible There will be almost certainly someone who. may have a different understanding of or have access to better information regarding the. material contained within, We reiterate that the aim of this aide memoire is to assist all parties in the better. understanding of our history traditions and the modern ceremonial practices of today in. so that the veterans are honoured at the highest level LEST WE FORGET. 2 HISTORY OF REMEMBRANCE DAY, Armistice Day or Remembrance Day as it has come to be known originated. following the end of the First World War The Armistice agreement was signed between. Germany and the Allied Forces in Paris on Monday 11 November 1918 at 0500 hours. The ceasefire went into effect at 1100 hours the same morning The eleventh hour of the. eleventh day of the eleventh month, The first Armistice Day was observed in 1919 On November 6th in the House of.
Commons the then acting Prime Minister of Canada Sir George Foster read a message. from King George V addressed to all peoples of the Empire. The following is his letter,To all my people, Tuesday next November 11th is the first anniversary of the armistice which. stayed the world wide carnage of the four proceeding years and marked the. victory of right and freedom I believe that my people in every part of the Empire. fervently wish to perpetuate the memory of that great deliverance and of those. who laid down their lives to achieve it, To afford an opportunity for the universal expression of this feeling it is my desire. and hope that at the hour when the Armistice came into force the eleventh hour of. the eleventh day of the eleventh month there may be for the brief space of two. minutes a complete suspension of all our normal activities During that time. except in rare cases where this may be impractical all work all sound and all. locomotion should cease so that in perfect stillness the thoughts of every one may. be concentrated on reverent remembrance of the glorious dead. In Canada from sea to sea at precisely 1100 hours local time all businesses. factories schools offices and even traffic came to a halt for the two minutes of silence. A Armistice and Thanksgiving Day, In April of 1919 Isaac Pedlow a Liberal MP introduced legislation in the House. of Commons to provide for an annual Armistice Day All members of the House agreed. that setting aside a day to honour the war dead was of high importance however some. disagreed on whether that day should be fixed as the 11th of November Pedlow had cited. support from business groups that a remembrance day be held on a designated Monday in. November and not specifically on the 11th so as not to inconvenience businesses and. In addition to his bill Pedlow had called for an annual holiday of Thanksgiving. Day which until this time had been held on a date which varied at the government s. discretion He proposed that the second Monday in November be recognized as. Thanksgiving Day as a perpetual memorial of the victorious conclusion of the recent. Another member of the House was successful in delaying the discussion on the bill for. six months The House never resumed discussion on the proposal. In 1921 the Unionist government of Prime Minister Arthur Meighen introduced. legislation to formally establish Armistice Day as a legal holiday Section 2 of The. Armistice Day Act 1921 provided that every year on the Monday in the week that the. 11th of November fell should be kept as a legal holiday under the name of Armistice. Day This legislation drafted by the government was influenced by Pedlow s 1919. As Pedlow s earlier proposal had been utilized to draft this bill the question of. Thanksgiving Day again came to the fore Section 3 of the same act provided for a. Thanksgiving Day to be held on the same date as Armistice Day From 1921 to 1931. Canada observed both Armistice and Thanksgiving Day on the same date each year. An independent MP from British Columbia A W Neill introduced The Armistice Day. Amendment Act in 1931 His bill repealed sections 2 and 3 of The Armistice Day Act. and substituted a clause which fixed November 11th as Armistice Day Thanksgiving. Day was regulated back to the practice prior to 1921 wherein the date was fixed at the. government s whim,3 HISTORY OF THE POPPY, Millions of Canadians pin one to their lapel or hat each and every November 11th. as a way of expressing their remembrance of the servicemen and women who gave their. lives in two world wars and in Korea Others remember the sacrifices made in the world s. trouble spots such as Cyprus Bosnia and most recently in Afghanistan Whatever the. reason in Canada the poppy has become to be known as the one universal symbol of. remembrance, The story of how the poppy has become the symbol of remembrance has varying.
origins but the overall basis for the wearing of the poppy is without question Captain. John McCrae s poem In Flanders Fields Some claim that a young New Yorker by the. name of Moira Michaels was the first to wear a poppy as a means of keeping the faith. after reading a copy of In Flanders Fields During a meeting of the YMCA wartime. secretaries in New York which was hosted by Ms Michaels she had been given a small. monetary gift by visiting delegates She thanked them for this gift and said that she would. use the money to purchase poppies relating to them John McCrae s poem which had. been her inspiration Amongst them was the representative from France Madame E. Guerin who was in turn inspired to take this idea home In 1921 Madame Guerin and a. group of French war widows approached the former British Commander in Chief Earl. Haig at the Legion Headquarters in London about the idea of selling artificial poppies to. raise monies to help needy soldiers and their families The Legion had first been formed. to help veterans and their families who had been left impoverished during the war and. Haig was quick to adopt their idea as an excellent method to both honour the dead and. help the living, Poppies indeed became significant as a remembrance of war as prior to the Great. War poppies were rare in the fields of Flanders It is said that the chalk soil of Flanders. became rich in lime due to the rubble produced by the massive bombardments of battle. The earth that was stirred up by so many artillery shells in turn released the poppy seeds. that would not normally have had the chance to germinate They spread prolifically. across the fields until it appeared as a sea of red Perhaps a fitting ironic symbolism of the. blood spilt by so many for so little,4 IN FLANDERS FIELDS. It was at what would become known as the 2nd Battle of Ypres in the spring of. 1915 that the words of Captain John McCrae would forevermore immortalize the. symbol of sacrifice the world over Captain McCrae was serving as a surgeon with the 1st. Field Artillery Brigade during the battles of the Ypres salient It was the death of a friend. and former student Lieutenant Alexis Helmer of Ottawa that inspired McCrae to write. his now famous poem However that poem was nearly lost forever as McCrae who was. not happy with what he had written discarded it A fellow officer retrieved the paper and. sent it to England to be published The Spectator of London rejected the poem but it was. published by Punch magazine in its December 8th edition of 1915 Lieutenant Colonel. McCrae died on January 28th 1918 of pneumonia and meningitis He is buried in. Wimereux Cemetery in France,IN FLANDERS FIELDS,In Flanders fields the poppies blow. Between the crosses row on row,That marks our place and in the sky. The larks still bravely singing fly,Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead Short days ago,We lived felt dawn saw sunset glow. Loved and were loved and now we lie,In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe,To you from failing hands we throw. The torch be yours to hold it high,If ye break faith with us who die. We shall not sleep though poppies grow,In Flanders fields.
John McCrae,Flanders 1915, 5 THE WEARING OF THE POPPY For CAF personnel in uniform. Minutes of the National Defence Clothing and Dress Committee NDCDC 01 11. Paragraph 7, http cmp cpm mil ca en honours history publications history national defence. clothing dress committee page, 7 LCol Beaudry DHH proposed an amendment to regulations that will permit the. wear of the poppy at appropriate commemorative ceremonies outside the traditional. Remembrance Day period CAF Dress Instructions will be amended to read The. Royal Canadian Legion Poppy The red poppy is an emblem of the RCL and is used. to commemorate Canadians who died in battle CAF members shall wear the poppy. on all uniforms from the last Friday in October until Remembrance Day November. 11th and are encouraged to wear it when attending any event whose main purpose is. to commemorate Canadians who died in battle, NOTE The wearing of the poppy with the miniature Canadian flag pin as a means. of securing the poppy to the uniform instead of the provided straight pin is not. authorized for any CAF uniform,Figure 3 7 2 Positioning of the Poppy.
Figure 3 7 2 Positioning of the Poppy,Figure 3 7 3 Positioning of the Poppy. Figure 3 7 3 Positioning of the Poppy,Figure 3 7 4 Positioning of the Poppy. Figure 3 7 4 Positioning of the Poppy,6 FLAG ETIQUETTE. www canadianheritage gc ca, Dipping a carried flag means lowering it from a vertical position to one which is. variously 45 degrees from the horizontal or even further touching the ground. The national flag when carried is never dipped or lowered to the ground. Dipping of the National Flag is not permitted under ANY circumstances by. Canadian Armed Forces personnel,7 FLAGS AT HALF MAST.
www canadianheritage gc ca,November 3 2005, To honour the memory of all Canadians who have served their country in time of. war the National Flag of Canada will be flown at half mast on all Government of. Canada buildings and establishments across Canada from. 11th NOVEMBER REMEMBRANCE DAY AIDE MEMOIRE 2014 DIRECTORATE OF HISTORY AND HERITAGE 3 the Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment of Canada Montreal 1949

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