Remembrance






No.6 in a portfolio of 8 original insights


Remembrance Day. At the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month each year, Britain observes a minute’s silence to commemorate those members of the British armed forces, who have given their lives for King and Country, in all conflicts, since World War One. Traditionally worn in the lapel, the red poppy from the fields of Flanders is the symbol of this hallowed occasion.

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