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Sunday, 11 November, 2001, 14:48 GMT
In Pictures: Remembrance Day
The Queen, politicians, religious leaders and soldiers observed two minutes silence in memory of Britain's war dead during the annual service of remembrance in London on Sunday, while other services were held around the UK.


The Cenotaph in Whitehall
The nation remembers war dead at the Cenotaph

Queen Elizabeth
The Queen led the laying of wreaths at the Cenotaph in London

Remembering those who were lost
Old soldiers observe the two minutes silence

Tony Blair and Baroness Thatcher.
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair with Baroness Thatcher on Remembrance Day

Queen Elizabeth
Queen lays the first wreath at the Cenotaph


A veteran in Swindon remembers the fallen

Scotland's acting First Minister Jim Wallace and Scottish Secretary Helen Liddell
Scotland remembers during a ceremony at the City Chambers in Edinburgh

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11 Nov 01 | UK
Britain honours war dead
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