itnnews | November 10, 2010 - An unusual memorial has already been held as Britain prepares to mark Armistice Day.
BBC News - 11 November 2010 : Armistice Day to be marked in UK:
Millions of people are expected to observe a two-minute silence at 1100GMT to mark Armistice Day.
Ceremonies will take place across the UK to honour all who have fallen since WWI, including the 110 servicemen killed in Afghanistan in the past year.
In London, a service will be held for the 90th time at the Cenotaph memorial.
Meanwhile, David Cameron has layed a wreath at the site of the Army's bloodiest battle since the end of WWII - at the Imjin River in South Korea.
Some 59 men from the 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died and 526 were captured when they were cut off by vastly superior Chinese Communist forces during the Battle of the Imjin River in the Korean War in 1951. Another 34 men died in captivity.
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