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Remembrance Day 2012

Every year, on 11 November, Commonwealth countries, but not only, celebrate Remembrance Day, also known as the Poppy Day or Armistice Day.

Remembrance Day celebrates the end of hostilities of Word War I and commemorates the soldiers that died protecting their countries.

I have my own way to celebrate the Poppy Day (since I’m not even close to UK), here it is:


To everyone who died or suffered due to the World Wars: lost but never forgotten.


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