Granada Reports viewers have been sharing their amazing stories and pictures of the loved ones they will be remembering this Sunday.
Here is a selection of some of those stories.
Diane Fitton will be remembering her Granddad, Private William Poulston service number 2684, who served with the Manchester Regiment during WW1.
He was born in 1892 and was killed in action on the August 19, 1918. He was 26 years old.
He is buried at Heath Cemetery Harbonnieres, France.
Janet Ryder Smith will be remembering her great uncle Ernest who forged his birth certificate to look like he was 18 when in fact he was 17.
He was killed in France aged just 18.
Brenda Southward, from Chester, will be remembering her paternal Granddad George Evans.
George won the Military Medal in the First World War after being shot in the head three times on three separate occasions, each time he went back to the front line.
In this photo George Evans is on the far left, Brenda's Father George Evans is sitting on her Granddad's knee. Her Grandmother Elizabeth Evans is on the right and the other two boys are her Uncles Bobby and Stanley. Her Uncle Bobby at the centre of the photo died shortly after the photo was taken from a pneumonia he caught swimming.
Joan Shemwell, from Little Lever in Bolton, will be remembering her grandfather, John Bertram Yarwood of the Household Battalion.
He was killed in action in October 1917 at the Battle of Passchendaele aged 33.