Jeremy Black

England and Scotland are forever bound in mourning

(Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Today, on Remembrance Day, wreaths will be laid to remember the fallen at 11am at the Stone of Remembrance. It follows the firing of Edinburgh Castle’s One O’clock Gun at 11am yesterday on Armistice Day. In London, there was a firing of guns from Horse Guards Parade and a procession past the Cenotaph.

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Jeremy Black

Jeremy Black’s recent books include short histories of both war and France as well as The Importance of Being Poirot and England in the Age of Dickens.

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