Young and old have been at services across our region to mark Armistice Day.Read the full story ›
A north Norfolk woman uncovered the story of how her uncle was among those trapped behind enemy lines, then executed, in 1914 France.Read the full story ›
The Royal British Legion is urging people to stay off social media to honour today's two minute silence for Armistice Day.Read the full story ›
Yesterday, cities, towns, and villages across the East of England marked the centenary of Armistice Day.Read the full story ›
A delegation from Cambridge's twin city of Heidelberg in Germany joined in a special service to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
The event also featured the choir from King's College.
Meanwhile in Godmanchester the granddaughters of a serviceman who fought in the Great War travelled over from Canada to pay their respects.
Watch Claire McGlasson's Report below.
On Sunday 11th November, several regional events will mark the centenary of World War I. Find out more with ITV Anglia's brief guide.Read the full story ›
Two war veterans have been reunited after 40 years not realising they were living just three miles away from one another in Cambridge.
Bob Parks and Herbie Bright fought side-by-side during the Battle for the Rhine and the push into Germany. They also served in Egypt and Palestine.
They lost touch after serving with the Suffolk Regiment - now part of the Royal Anglian Regiment - during World War Two. Bob, known as Bonny, often spoke about his old friend so his wife Patricia decided to track him down.
Liz Summers met them.
Thousands of people across our region stopped and fell silent today to remember those who served and died in war.
Old and young alike gathered at services that were particularly poignant this year, 100 years since the start of WWI.
There were also reminders of how the Poppy Appeal continues to help those affected by more recent conflicts.
Click below to watch a report by Victoria Lampard:
Click below to watch a report by Sarah Cooper:
Click below to watch Claire McGlasson's report on the story of the Bedfordshire Regiment, which has finally been recognised on the Western Front thanks to the work of Ian Mould.
Almost 100 years since Spencer Bent's bravery at the battle of Ypres, a special ceremony has been held to officially recognise his heroism.Read the full story ›
More than 300 people gathered outside Clacton Town Hall earlier to mark Armistice Day.
Tendring District Councillors, staff, school children and residents stood alongside members of the Royal British Legion.
They joined together as an act of remembrance and for a short service as well as a two minutes silence which was introduced by the Last Post at 11am and ended with Reveille.
Like many people around the country at 11am on the 11th of November it was a chance for us to think of those who have sacrificed everything in various conflicts around the world.
A chance to think about what they did for us so that we can have the lives we enjoy today.
As was the case on Sunday this was the largest attendance for many years. It was fantastic to see the youngsters here.