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In commemoration of those who died in the line of duty throughout the First World War, November 11th marks Remembrance Day, the same day that the hostilities officially ended in 1918. At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, we remember those who died so that we may be free. Lest We Forget. Featured above is a toy wind-up soldier, made circa 1915 and is representative of the type of uniform worn by soldiers in the First World War.Β 

In commemoration of those who died in the line of duty throughout the First World War, November 11th marks Remembrance Day, the same day that the hostilities officially ended in 1918. At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, we remember those who died so that we may be free. Lest We Forget.

Featured above is a toy wind-up soldier, made circa 1915 and is representative of the type of uniform worn by soldiers in the First World War.