The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month marks the moment the guns fell silent on the Western Front after the bloodshed of World War I. Over the past century, this moment has been adopted across the globe as a time to remember those who served and sacrificed in all wars and conflicts.
This Remembrance Day, RSL is asking all Australians to Remember to Remember – to commit to pausing for just one minute to remember those who gave their lives in service to their country, those who returned home injured or ill, and those who bravely serve our country today.
HOW YOU CAN REMEMBER
There are many ways you can honour our veterans on Remembrance Day. Attend a service at one of our Sub Branches around Australia, spend a quiet moment in remembrance at home, or donate to help a veteran in need.
We will also be sharing an audio recording and a video of a short Remembrance Day service for download from 6 November. Don’t forget to check this page then to download your personal service.
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