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Aurora Candlelight Vigil to Honour the 100th Anniversary Armistice

Aurora Candlelight Vigil tonight to Honour the 100th Anniversary Armistice.

Armistice was declared ending World War One. We must never forget sacrifice and dedication of men and women in uniform. Lest we forget. 2018 Remembrance Day marked the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that officially ended World War One. At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, Armistice was declared ending World War One but not the last war.

Photos: November 10th, 2018 Candlelight Vigil to Honour the 100th Anniversary Armistice, Aurora War Memorial Peace Park.

Aurora Candlelight Vigil
Aurora Candlelight Vigil

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