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The poem that inspired the creation of 888,246 poppies to envelop the Tower of London was written by a First World War soldier whose name no one knows.
The display takes its name from the poem's opening line, "The Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red."
Here Yeoman Warder Jim Duncan reads that ode:
Across Britain a two-minute silence took place to mark Armistice Day a century after the start of the First World War.
People stood wherever they were at 11am to remember the fallen especially during the Great War.
ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers reports on acts of remembrance held across the country:
In France and Belgium events were held to honour the soldiers who died during the First World War.
A new memorial to the dead was inaugurated on the battlefield in Arras honouring the fallen from every nation who died in northern France
ITV News' Europe Editor James Mates was at the opening of the 'Ring of Memory'.
A final ceramic poppy was planted at the Tower of London today to mark Armistice Day.
In total 888,246 poppies were installed to represent every soldier who died for Britain and the Commonwealth in the First World War.
ITV News' Senior Correspondent Emma Murphy reports on a poignant act of remembrance.
People all around the world stood in silence for two minutes at the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month to mark Armistice Day.
In Ypres, in Belgium, the last post was played at the Menin Gate. The two minute's silence was brought to an end by Scottish piper, Major John Fraser.
Red poppies were released from the roof, floating down on to veterans and families under the gate.