Remembrance Day

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the Sunday nearest to November 11 when those who died in World War I and World War II are commemorated

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Members of the Muslim Women's Association |and visitors at the special poppy appeal stall to mark Remembrance Day
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is observed annually in the United States on December 7[sup.
Is it really possible that, somewhere in the offices of Birmingham City Council, there are people who are so idiotic that they can convince themselves that security staff wearing a poppy on Remembrance Day is somehow discriminatory.
Headteacher Ms Thomas said: "The annual school photograph day and Remembrance Day happened to coincide this year and I'm sure that the photographer meant no disrespect.
Head teacher Heather Scott said: "We actually had the Spitfire for Remembrance Day last year and it was such a hit with staff, students and the community that we brought it back this year.
Remembrance Day reminds us that the freedoms we enjoy came at a terrible cost.
A smaller gathering, compared to the turn-out for the large-scale Remembrance Day parade on Sunday, stood waiting on a grey morning for the traditional two-minute silence at 11am to mark Armistice Day itself.
Chelsea Pensioners retired Staff Sergeant James Anderson, 79, Late Piper Michael Shanahan, 69, and Sergeant Louis John Black, 76, are on a six-day trip to Bahrain as guests of the Bahrain British Business Forum, which coincides with Remembrance Day events.
No doubt Cameron will be standing proudly with his cronies at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Day while denying many working class people up and down the country the same right.
The funeral homes provided the necessary wool and knitting pattern and thanks to the stitching power of local volunteers scores of knitted poppies were produced in time for Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Day has been observed in Commonwealth countries since the end of World War I to remember the members of their armed forces who died in the line of duty.
Canada celebrated the Remembrance Day by remembering those who had protected the country in the past.
Thousands of people gathered as serving and former members of the armed forces, cadets and civilians came together at the Remembrance Day Service to remember those killed in two world wars and all con-flicts past and present.
The House of Representatives on Thursday marked International Day Against Fascism, and Remembrance Day for the victims of the two World Wars, by observing two minutes of silence during the plenary session.
This Remembrance Day, there are several locations where residents can honour and remember veterans and all who served Canada during war, armed conflict, and peace.