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THE HISTORY OF THE FORGET ME NOT PINS.
In 1934, soon after Hitler`s rise to Power, it became evident that freemasonry was in grave danger.
Realizing this danger, the Freemasons went undercover and adopted a little blue flower, the forget-me-not, to replace the Square and Compasses as the symbol whereby the Brethern could identify each other in public as well as in the concentration camps of Europe.
In 1948, when lodges reopened following World War II.
This became the official Masonic emblem in honor of the valiant Brethern who carried on their Masonic under very adverse conditions.