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In pictures: Britons remember war dead
World War I veterans Bill Stone, 103, and Henry Allingham, 107 prepare for the parade down Whitehall
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World War I veterans took pride of place in the Remembrance Day parade at the Cenotaph in London leading the march
Tony Blair led the tributes of senior politicians at the Cenotaph
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Wreaths were laid at the country's main memorial after the two minute silence was observed at 1100 GMT
Former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher was among the dignitaries attending
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Senior politicians - past and present - joined members of the Royal Family in the solemn event
Prince Charles laid the wreath at a simple wooden cross
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Prince Charles paid his own tribute laying a wreath on the last day of his official visit to Oman
British soldiers across the world remembered those who died in previous conflicts
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British soldiers in Kabul in Afghanistan honoured the war dead on the first Remembrance Sunday since the Iraq war ended
Old soldiers take their own souvenir photograph at the Guards Memorial at Horse Guards Parade
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The annual march and parade offered an opportunity to pause and reflect
A veteran from a Scottish Regiment en route to the Cenotaph
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Thousands of veterans joined in the annual service in the Capital


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