Lest-we-forget meaning

(UK and Canada) Used in Remembrance Day ceremonies as a caution against forgetting those who died in war.
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(Australia and New Zealand) Used on ANZAC Day memorials in remembrance of those who fell in the First World War.
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Origin of lest-we-forget

  • From Rudyard Kipling′s 1897 poem Recessional.

    From Wiktionary