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Remembrance Day 11th November - to honour and remember all those who were affected, injured, or gave their lives in Service to their country - lest we forget...x

Remembrance Day 11th November - to honour and remember all those who were affected, injured, or gave their lives in Service to their country - lest we forget...x

ARMISTICE DAY - ❈ www.pinterest.com/WhoLoves/Rememberance-Day ❈ #RememberanceDay #Armistice Day #PoppyDay

ARMISTICE DAY - ❈ www.pinterest.com/WhoLoves/Rememberance-Day ❈ #RememberanceDay #Armistice Day #PoppyDay

Remembrance day, when I was a kid, the veterans used to sell poppies, I never realized the significance of it till now.

Remembrance day, when I was a kid, the veterans used to sell poppies, I never realized the significance of it till now.

"Where Tommies Go, The Poppies Grow" by Jacqueline Hurley WW1 Remembrance Day Painting British Soldiers from The War Poppy Collection 1914-1918

"Where Tommies Go, The Poppies Grow" by Jacqueline Hurley WW1 Remembrance Day Painting British Soldiers from The War Poppy Collection 1914-1918

They gave their tomorrows for our todays "My Knight In Body Armour" By Jacqueline Hurley Port Out, Starboard Home Original Art

They gave their tomorrows for our todays "My Knight In Body Armour" By Jacqueline Hurley Port Out, Starboard Home Original Art

Captain Canada weapons universal healthcare, cheaper drugs, better education, kills you with love... or a curling stone to the head

Captain Canada weapons universal healthcare, cheaper drugs, better education, kills you with love... or a curling stone to the head

BRIDGING THE GAP FOR PEACE • Keith Holmes • From the Great War to present day, from Vimy Ridge to Kandahar, the Royal Canadian Legion honours the men and women past and present, serving our country. Soldiers, sailors, airmen, constabularies and peacekeepers are all remembered as heroes, helping to bridge the gap for peace.

BRIDGING THE GAP FOR PEACE • Keith Holmes • From the Great War to present day, from Vimy Ridge to Kandahar, the Royal Canadian Legion honours the men and women past and present, serving our country. Soldiers, sailors, airmen, constabularies and peacekeepers are all remembered as heroes, helping to bridge the gap for peace.