What our Children Should Know About Remembrance Day

In America, this national holiday is more commonly known as Veteran’s Day (although in other countries it is also called Armistice Day and even Poppy Day). It is celebrated on November 11th of every year to honor and memorialize both soldiers and civilians who lost their lives in times of war. When it comes to informing children, young and old, about the value of Remembrance Day, there are a few items that should be imparted, not only concerning the military history of this holiday, but also … [Read more...]

The Embassy of Afghanistan – Mrs. Khojesta Ebrahimkhel thanks US Veterans.

        November 11, 2010                                                                                         Chargé d’Affaires of Afghanistan to the United States   Mrs. Khojesta Ebrahimkhel Thanks American Soldiers on Veterans Day   Today, I, along with the citizens of Afghanistan, would like to extend my sincerest thank you to the men and women of the United States Armed Forces for their service and bravery, especially those who have fought alongside the soldiers of the Afghan Army. To … [Read more...]

REMEMBRANCE DAY – November 11

  A Celebration of Women honors all those that have Fallen in honor... lest we ne're forget.   Remembrance Day     November 11 Memorial celebrated in the Commonwealth Countries     Observance in the Commonwealth Australia Barbados Bermuda Canada New Zealand South Africa United Kingdom Northern Ireland Observance in other Countries France & Belgium Germany Hong Kong Italy Ireland The Netherlands Poland United … [Read more...]

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