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Thousands gathered at Coventry's War Memorial Park today for Remembrance Sunday.
Services have been held at war memorials around the Midlands to commemorate the thousands of Midlands men who lost their lives in the conflicts.
Watch some of the Coventry commemorations:
What is thought to be the oldest surviving poppy from the battlefields of the First World War is being put up for auction in Dorset. The poppy was taken from the trenches of Arras in Northern France in May 1916 - by a 17-year-old British soldier called Private Cecil Roughton.
It is one of only a handful that survived the Great War. The auction will take place on December 6th. The interviewee is Amy Brennan from Duke's Auctioneers.
Passengers on Virgin Trains today were delighted to see the travel firm join the Armistice Day commemorations.
Trains travelling through the Midlands sported poppies on their front hoods and side doors, with the phrase: "We will remember them" emblazoned across the front.
Virgin Trains worker Andy Hooper was working at Wolverhampton railway station today and took these snaps to show the company's special effort.
Students at a Birmingham school marked Armistice Day with a special ceremony in their dedicated Peace Garden.
The memorial garden was built by students in 2009 in honour of the Royal British Legion, and they won the best in show at the Malvern Show for their work.
Year 13 student Amber Tucker, and teacher and cadet leader Gavin Green, today told ITV News Central why the occasion is important to them.
It was blue skies in Nottingham for a Remembrance Service at the Victoria Embankment.
Scouts, Cubs and Guides stood proudly alongside war veterans to display their standards at a Remembrance Sunday event in Breaston, Derbyshire.
The youngsters stood to attention as Breaston man George Keeling lay a wreath on behalf of the Erewash branch of the Royal Air Forces Association.
Mr Keeling joined the RAF 70 years ago, in 1943, and was transferred to the Fleet Air Arm where he remained until the end of the Second World War.
Across the Midlands, proud war heroes have paid their respects to their fallen comrades.
Among them was John Wherton, of Stoke-on-Trent, a former sergeant.