The Remembrance Day is a special day that is observed in the member states of the Commonwealth of Nations ever since the conclusion of the First World War to memorize the members of their armed /military forces that passed away in the line of duty. Subsequently, a custom inaugurated by King George V in the year 1919, this day is also described by the remembrances of the war in many nations such as the non-Commonwealth countries. The Remembrance Day is commemorated on the 11th of November in most of the countries to evoke the memories of the ending of the warfare of the First World War on that day in the year 1918. These fights and clashes were officially concluded at the 11th hour, day, and month in agreement with the peace agreement signed by the governments of the Entente and Germany early in the morning that day. The World War I formally finished with the Treaty of Versailles been signed.
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The memorial that was developed out of the Armistice Day continued to be marked on the same day. The first Armistice Day was practiced at the Buckingham Palace that began with King George V hosting a Banquet in the Honor of the President of the French Republic on 10th of November 1919. The initial authorized Armistice Day was consequently held on the land of the Buckingham Palace the next morning. The red remembrance poppy has now turned into a recognizable emblem of Remembrance Day owing to the poem ‘In Flanders Fields’ that was written by John McCrae, a Canadian Physician.
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The poem was all about the wreckage he witnessed in the area of Flanders in Belgium and in the northern parts of France at the time of the First World War. The land lay was shattered by the dreadful wars, and many men of the armed forces that died during the battle were buried there. But in spite of the destruction of the battle, the wild poppies that existed there survived. The poem written by Dr. McCrae was published in the Punch journal, and the red poppy developed into the symbol of Remembrance Day.
Additionally, the 2nd Sunday of every November is called the Remembrance Sunday, and the church services keep in mind the deceased soldiers at the same time as the Queen, the members of the Imperial Family, the Politicians and the old soldiers place poppy garlands at the Cenotaph in the city of London close to the Houses of Parliament. As the Remembrance Day and the Remembrance Sunday comes close we purchase little poppies that are made out of paper to demonstrate that we are still recalling the sacrifices of all the soldiers who died and moreover to raise fund to sustain ex-service and serving personnel and their families. The people who have lost a loved one at the time of service put little wooden crosses in close proximity to the war memorials around the nation, and home branches of the Royal British Legion place wreath.
In the year 1938, an official holiday was observed in the United States of America on the 11th of November, which was devoted to the grounds of World Peace and to be in future commemorated and known to be ‘Armistice Day’. The name of this holiday was altered to Veterans Day in 1954, and it became a day to provide a tribute to the US veterans of all the battles. In Canada, the Remembrance Day has proved to be an elastic and permanent term. It has matured to embrace the memory of the war dead from the wars namely the Second World War, the War in Afghanistan, the Korean War as well as from the negotiation missions and numerous other international military activities. All in all, in excess of 1.6-million Canadians, have served in Canada’s Armed Forces and above 118,000 have given their lives in all those foreign conflicts.
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- We honor their sacrifice and services and are never going to disregard the amazing courage of these courageous men and women, countless of whom made the crucial sacrifice so that we can enjoy a healthier world.
- At present, we pause again to pay our tribute to the women and servicemen on this, our formal day of remembrance.
- We should forever memorize those who lost their lives and demonstrate our gratitude to all those who survived to facilitate in building today’s Canada.
- And, sorrowfully, they have been persistent to make the definitive sacrifice for our labors to establish harmony and steadiness to the less opportune corners of the globe.
- In excess of 100,000 Canadians have lost their lives in wars and mediation missions and over a million have provided their services in the conflicts all over the world so that we could take pleasure in the free and bright Canada we see today.
- In the present day, the Canadian servicemen, including several New Brunswickers, persisted to serve courageously in our armed forces and on battle and peacekeeping assignments in theaters around the human race.
- Whilst our veterans of the World War II and Korean War are less in number every year, we, as the New Brunswickers and Civilians of Canada, will persist to unite with them and with our veterans of Afghanistan, in recalling and honoring their heritage.
- For all the New Brunswickers, I show gratitude towards all the veterans all over Canada for all they have done for the nation. Their bequest to us is a tough and free-spirited Canada, counting the affectionate and friendly New Brunswick communities we call a house.
- Our veterans can calculate the cost of a war; let us in no way overlook their sacrifice.
On the occasion of the Remembrance Day, there are many parades and ceremonies arranged all over the world in Commonwealth as well as the Non-Commonwealth Nations. These parades and ceremonies are serene and beautiful to watch and are pleasing to the eyes. Thus, to wish your near and dear ones on this event we have provided many Remembrance Day Messages.