PHOTO: Poppy appeal
World War ll veteran Peter Xavier Williams pins a poppy on Deputy Speaker Juliet Holness outside the House of Representatives yesterday. The poppy flower, is worn by ex-servicemen who fought in the World War II to commemorate their military colleagues who died in battle. The war veterans also use the poppy as a fund-raising effort to support veterans who fought in the war.(Photo: Joseph Wellington)

World War ll veteran Peter Xavier Williams pins a poppy on Deputy Speaker Juliet Holness(Photo: Joseph Wellington)

outside the House of Representatives yesterday. The poppy flower, is worn by ex-servicemen

who fought in the World War II to commemorate their military colleagues who died in battle.

The war veterans also use the poppy as a fund-raising effort to support veterans who fought

in the war.

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