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Thousands of people pay their respects on Armistice Day. The south-east remembers those who've died in conflict. This report by Tom Savvides features services across Kent and Sussex.
The Thames Valley fell silent today to mark Armistice Day - on the 11th hour of the 11th day.
Ceremonies took place at military bases and in schools, churches and shopping centres.
Mel Bloor reports now on how the region took a moment to pause - and remember the fallen - and those still serving in our Armed Forces.
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.
Video: The Royal British Legion paid its respects during the Armistice Day ceremony at Horsham in Sussex.
Video: The Armistice Day ceremony at RAF Odiham near Basingstoke this morning.
The traditional Armistice Day ceremony and two minutes' silence took place in Reading this morning.
Three schoolchildren from Kent were part of a group of British pupils who travelled to Brussels with Eurostar to take part in a special ‘Last Post Ceremony’ under the Menin Gate in Ypres.
The Kent children travelled to Belgium as part of a group of over 60 from schools across the UK to collect sacred soil from the battlefields of Flanders. The soil will be brought back to the UK as part of the Flanders Fields Memorial Garden project.
The garden at the Guards Museum at the Wellington Barracks, near Buckingham Palace, will open in November 2014.
The Royal Navy has been holding Armistice Day ceremonies throughout the world. This ceremony took place off Malta, on board HMS Dragon.
The ceremony at Canterbury Cathedral. We will have more pictures from the cathedral later.