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In 1945, at the end of the Second World War, Armistice Day was renamed ‘Remembrance Day’ and from 1956 this was commemorated in Britain on the nearest Sunday to November 11 th. Remembering then and now. Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show Sample Slide
On Remembrance Sunday, the Queen and the leaders of the Government all go to the Cenotaph to place wreaths in memory of those killed – the service people from the army, the navy and the air force. This photograph shows the Queen laying her wreath in memory of all those who have died in wars. Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show Sample Slide
The Last Post is always played at Remembrance Day Services. It is played on a bugle and introduces the minute’s silence as a tribute to those who died. Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show Sample Slide
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