Remembrance Day is celebrated in the Commonwealth countries to commemorate the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty since World War 1.
The significance of the red poppy is from the poem In Flanders Fields
. The date 11 November was chosen to recall the end of World War 1 in 1918.
Lest we forget....
Mummy will be doing her two minutes silence at 11am UK time and remembering those we have lost xx
Purrs for all who fight for Australia
PS : Miss Huffle and Teddy, Thanks to purrs for me
Purrs for all who have fought and who continue to serve.
We will never forget!
Wes will be remembering too!
A lovely tribute!
How special this is, Thank you for letting us know. That is why we love you so much, you think of others.
A beautiful remembrance post. We will never forget all the men and animals who gave their lives.
Today we too are a-membering all the brave vets who served their countries. Beautiful post!
Beautiful post, bestest friend! Our mom loves that "In Flanders Fields" poem.
we remember too. Dad fought in the war as a pilot and now 90, I have so much to thank him for (and do). Love Helen, Darcy and Bingley xxx
Beautiful post, Huffle.
Thanks to all our allies who fought and continue to stand up to defend freedom the world over.
jack & moo
We did our two minutes silence in rememberance and I'm wearing my poppy with pride - this year is extra special as the minutes silence began at 11:11 on 11/11/11.
hey Huffle Mawson,
Lovely post. We, too, in the USA, honor and salute our Veterans on this 11th of November day. Heartfelt thanks to all those, both human and animal, who have served their Country.
Thank you to all who have served, and those who continue to serve. We will never forget.
As we honor our blessed veterans, I think of my father who served during WWII in the Pacific Theater - a member of the Greatest Generation.
It's all about Bichon Frise
Lest We Forget - significant one this year 11.11.11
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