|Start||11 November 1919|
|Subpage(s)||•Remembrance Sunday/A meditation|
Remembrance Sunday is the closest Sunday to 11 November, which was the day that a final armistice was agreed between the belligerents of World War 1. Services of Remembrance are held each year throughout the UK on this day, with the main national service held at The Cenotaph in Whitehall. London.
|Document:Remembrance Day and the truths that dare not speak their name||blog post||8 November 2018||John Wight||If Remembrance Day imparts a message worthy of our collective intelligence it is that war should be made a crime, with those who instigate it punished as criminals. In the last analysis it does not determine who is right only who is left. We have met the enemy and he is us. End.|
|Document:The Red Poppy is Not About Remembrance||article||2 November 2018||Tommy Sheridan||A polemic on the militarisation of remembrance of the horrors of war represented by UK Establishment promotion of the red poppy and its associated ceremonies on 11 November each year|
|Document:Those who flaunt the poppy on their lapels||article||5 November 2011||Robert Fisk||Why Robert Fisk stopped wearing a red poppy|
|Document:Why I wear a white poppy||article||9 November 2018||Peter||A summary of the reasons why the author wears a white poppy during the UK Remembrance Day commemoration.|
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