Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday, we remember and mark the end of the First World War in 1918, paying tribute to those who have fallen in their line of duty.
The Sunday closest to Remembrance Day is known as Remembrance Sunday where men, women and children all across Britain hold and attend ceremonies to remember the millions who have died at war.
The First World War’s hostilities formally ended at 11 AM on the 11th day of the 11th Month in accordance with the armistice signed by allies and German representatives.
The United Kingdom marks this time with a two minute silence. On the 11/11 many people across the UK will be pausing in our day to day tasks and at 11am will be joined in silence, pausing to remember those who were so brave.