Shaun Harvey made the picture with his finger and a brush after his son asked him to draw something for ‘poppy day’.Read the full story ›
The Queen watched along with the German president as flowers were laid at the grave of The Unknown Warrior, later shaking hands.Read the full story ›
The ex-soldier said he wanted to do something ‘very special’ to mark the centenary of the Armistice.Read the full story ›
In the Royal Albert Hall the Royal Family stood as thousands of audience members held aloft photos of those who took part in the conflict.Read the full story ›
Though he can no longer drive, Ron Jones still comes out of retirement each year to sell poppies at his local supermarket.Read the full story ›
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall have attended a Armistice Day service in Australia at the start of a day of commemorations.
Charles and Camilla joined Australian officials at the ceremony in the capital, Canberra, honouring those who died in war.
A commemorative address was delivered by author and historian Jackie Higgins, the first time this had ever been carried out by an indigenous person.
More than 400,000 Australian men enlisted during the First World War, of which over 60,000 were killed and more than 150,000 wounded, gassed or taken prisoner.
The royals are due to meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull later, as they continue their tour of the country.
Local forces are unable to provide adequate cover because of Conservative budget cuts, Labour claims.Read the full story ›
A minute's silence was held before all the football games over the weekend - including little Charlie's.Read the full story ›
Six war memorials across England are being given upgraded listing statuses to coincide with this year's Armistice day celebrations.
Four memorials have been given the highest possible Grade 1 listing, while two more have been upgraded to Grade 2*.
The memorials which have been chosen for upgraded listing status are the Guards Memorial, Horse Guards Parade, Westminster, the Birmingham Hall of Memory, The Response War Memorial in Newcastle, the Port Sunlight War Memorial in Wirral, the Lewes War Memorial, East Sussex, and The War Memorial in Norwich.
Prince Harry read a verse from the bible during a surprise visit to Afghanistan where attended a service of Remembrance alongside his former unit.
This is my commandment that you love one another as I have loved you. No-one has greater love than this, to lay down one's life for one's friends