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Who thought of the idea of having Remembrance Day?


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2011-03-13 04:10:29
2011-03-13 04:10:29

It was not an individual who "thought it up". It was the shared intention of the public, who wanted to show their appreciation for the hardships and sacrifice that the soldiers had gone through, and to promise to "always remember them".

rememberance day is a day when we remember ones who have fought for our country in the war mainly the first world war. Rememberance day is on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month


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