Remembrance Day History
Remembrance Day, previously known as Armistice Day, marks the end of World War I and serves to commemorate all members of the Australian Defence Force, past and present. On November 11th, 1918, at 11am, the guns on the Western Front fell silent for the first time in over 4 years. The Peace settlement brought about the end World War I for the United Kingdom and the Australians who volunteered to fight alongside the British Forces in Europe.
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