Respect : Remembrance Sunday

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Sunday 09 November, 2014 by Uncle Spike

To be honest, when I sat down to write a post for today, I found myself wanting to write exactly the same as I did last year. I also only have just this one photo from my days in the UK which I believe serves as a powerful reminder of the reason many countries mark this day. So, forgive me whilst I reblog this post about respect for those who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom of the fellow countrymen.

Be safe wherever you are. This world is still a dangerous place.

SPIKE

Uncle Spike's Adventures

Lest We Forget

In countries of the Commonwealth, today is known as Remembrance Sunday, with the November 11th being the anniversary of the signing of the armistice of World War 1 (known as Armistice Day).

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“eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month”

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In memory of all the men and women, from all sides,
who gave their lives for the rest of us.

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I just hope people take a moment to remember your sacrifice.

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