All Round View (Mardan) : Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have joined figures from government and the military for an Armistice Day service, as the UK fell quiet to recall the war dead.
A unique assistance was held at Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary of the internment of the Unknown Warrior.
The gathering – and millions around the UK – remembered the individuals who passed away with a two-minute silence at 11:00 GMT.
Truce Day denotes the day World War One finished in 1918.
The grave of the Unknown Warrior speaks to the individuals who passed away in the war and whose spot of death isn’t known or whose remains are unidentified.
The downsized Westminster Abbey administration, driven by the Dean of Westminster, Dr David Hoyle, was gone to by the executive, Labor pioneer Sir Keir Starmer, Defense Secretary Ben Wallace and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick.
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