Armistice Day

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Royds Hall students (above and below) take part in activities for Armistice Day |
Rt Hon Mike O'Brien QC Hon President Bedworth Armistice Day committee
FRENCH police arrested 70 far-right thugs yesterday for disrupting the Armistice Day service in Paris.
It was a particularly poignant time to go so close to Armistice Day, when we all pause and reflect on those who lost their lives in war.
This Armistice Day, the group was threatening to hold a poppyburning "Hell for Heroes" protest, until Theresa May put her foot down and decided to ban them.
ARMISTICE DAY 1887: Construction of the Manchester Ship Canal starts at Eastham.
CDATA[ Armistice Day was celebrated but the war and the era following the First World War were ominous for Jewry.
Summary: Most people underestimate the sacrifice made by British troops, according to research released as the nation marks Armistice Day.
Wednesday is Veterans Day, the holiday previously known as Armistice Day.
Summary: The French and British embassies in Beirut marked Armistice Day on Tuesday by holding separate ceremonies in honor of their fallen soldiers during World War I and subsequent conflicts.
She was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and a host of other royals at the annual event, which this year fell fittingly on Armistice Day.
Royal British Legion branches across Scotland had been ordered to spend hundreds of pounds on public liability insurance for Armistice Day marches.
It was only right when in 1919 President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11, as Armistice Day, that a specific day was set aside for every citizen to take a moment to contemplate the sacrifices of those men and women who have served in the Armed Forces.
On the last Armistice Day, November 11, 2005, in Ottawa, Chaplain Major Bourque said the prayers and gave a homily.
The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month is Armistice Day - the day the guns fell silent on the "war to end all wars".