After over four years of fighting and horrific casualties on both sides the First World War ended on the 11th hour of the 11th month 1918. On the anniversary it is poignant to pause and remember those who have been killed in war and those who may still be serving. They put their lives at risk for what they believed in and if only for that, they should be remembered.
I like to recognize the contribution that the Australian and New Zealand (ANZACS) made on the Western Front of the First World War at the web site I created:
May their memory and actions continue to live on and may their sacrifices help us build a better world without the horror and destruction that war brings.