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SAS-LRDG-ROH Nov 11
"The SAS and LRDG Roll of Honour" commemorates 374 men who lost their lives fighting evil They were of all faiths, British Indian German French Kiwi Canadian Russian Belgian & Greek, & from all social backgrounds. All are equal in death ...
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Izzy 🦁 Nov 10
To those who went forward, knowing the cost; To those who sought to serve their nation and those they fought alongside with, before themselves; To those who gave everything that we may live in freedom today; Thank you.
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Tommy Robinson 🇬🇧 Nov 11
👊🇬🇧We broke the Kaiser's army ✌️🇬🇧We annihilated the Nazis 👌🇬🇧We pulverised every Communist regime in Europe and ground it into dust 💪🇬🇧Now we must fight Global Jihad, the new monster threatening the world
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Alex  David Nov 12
The Queen will not physically lay a wreath at the this year. But let us thank her for having done it for over 70 years of her life.
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Morgoth Nov 11
Does anybody seriously believe these men wanted a white minority London, Muslim grooming gangs for their granddaughters and a future of ethnic oblivion for the White British? really?
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Ryan Smyth Nov 11
There are no finer people in this world than the men and women who bravely fight and sacrifice to defend our rights and freedoms. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
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Mark Rigby Nov 10
99 years ago today, at 11am, the guns stopped
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The Royal Family Nov 12
The Queen, and Members of the Royal Family, today joined The Nation in The Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph.
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Barry Nov 11
Today I heard so many stories from people about their grandfathers & gran uncles who fought in WW1, it’s such a shame we don’t recognise their service more in .Proud to have lent a hand & sold a few poppies
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IAMEatonsMess x Nov 11
I choose to wear my poppy to recognise the ultimate sacrifice made by others. It’s not to glorify war its to remember the fallen. This is for those I knew and for those I didn’t. .
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Mayor of London Nov 12
Today, at Remembrance Sunday commemorations, we’ll be honouring the fallen heroes of Britain who fought and died serving in two world wars, and other conflicts. Their immense sacrifices will never be forgotten
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TNCMC Nov 11
Today we remember all fallen soldiers, but especially those from Africa and the Caribbean, who also fought for this country without any recognition at the time.
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Bucks Dog Girl Nov 11
We will wear our with pride to remember all the animals that lost their lives in the war
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Sophie Skelton Nov 11
They gave their tomorrow so we could have our today.
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Morgoth Nov 11
If the men who stormed the beaches of Normandy saw the multicultural, PC, tranny and homo infested lunatic asylum we have today they wouldn't have moved five steps up that beach.
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Black Thrive Nov 12
we must remember the fallen and survivors
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Amanda Prowse Nov 11
As an army, wife, mother and granddaughter - today I shall be remembering and giving thanks
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Deplorably💋Scottish Nov 12
Piper Ross Forrest plays Abide with Me at the War Memorial in Ashgill before main service Rorison Church 🌹
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Mark Hayes Nov 12
An honour and a privilege to represent Ceremonial Unit for Birmingham’s
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Carrie Symonds Nov 12
Totally appalled by this guardian piece by Simon Jenkins. We should never forget those that bravely sacrificed their lives for us.
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