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Yesterday afternoon's Remembrance Sunday services in London brought out most of the royal family. Kate Middleton observed the parade from a balcony at the Cenotaph in Whitehall alongside Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who is married to Prince William's

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Yesterday afternoon's Remembrance Sunday services in London brought out most of the royal family. Kate Middleton observed the parade from a balcony at the

A REMEMBRANCE Sunday service in Fife will see the unveiling of a full-size bronze replica of the sword used by Robert the Bruce.

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Yesterday afternoon's Remembrance Sunday services in London brought out most of the royal family. Kate Middleton observed the parade from a balcony at the

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This will make me cry no matter how many times I listen...Remembrance Sunday Edward Elgar's Enigma Variations IX Nimrod the Mighty Hunter King of Mesopotamia

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Legion of Honor Poppy: These are the wild red corn poppies, immortalized in Canadian John McRae’s poem written during World War I: “In Flanders’ Fields the poppies blow, between the crosses row on row”. The poppies that seeded themselves profusely in the trenched fields of the Western Front became symbolic of the blood of the many thousands of brave soldiers who died there and the sadness of war. In England after WWI, a factory opened for the production of artificial red poppies, which were…

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Remembrance day: The beginning and end of the silence was marked with the firing of a round by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery, using a 13-pounder World War One gun.

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