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The largest crowds ever seen for a Remembrance service in Ipswich turned out pay their respects at the centenary Armistice Service at the Christchurch Park Cenotaph.
Beacons created a blaze of light at a poignant Suffolk ceremony to mark 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War.
Serving military personnel joined crowds in the shadow of a newly unveiled war memorial to remember the fallen.
Peace at last, and the lights blaze again across Suffolk and Essex. We celebrate with bands and bunting, parades and patriotic songs, and girls dancing around a fountain
Remembrance Sunday has dawned with moving ceremonies in towns and villages across the country as lone pipers played at war memorials to mark the end of the conflict.
As a tribute for the Armistice centenary, a group of photographer friends have created drawings in light of a “Tommy” figure at landmarks around north Essex.
On Sunday the world will fall silent for two minutes to mark one of the most poignant moments in world history – when the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War.
Youngster Frazer Hardman will attend an Armistice Day service at Christchurch Park this weekend wearing his late great grandad Basil ‘Gordon’ Catling’s medals.
Peace at last – and ‘all the brag and bluster of 30 years shown to be folly and impotence’. What the EADT was reporting 100 years ago
A school has unveiled a stunning art installation of 800 ceramic doves to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
The extraordinary story of one Suffolk soldier’s journey through the First World War is revealed in five historic telegrams.
Towns and villages across the region are set to mark of the centenary of the Armistice. Here are details of some of the main events being held in memory of the end of the First World War.
Triumphs and tears on the slow path to peace: How the EADT reported the last week of The Great War
John Powell RVM was in the army for more than 20 years, his daughter tells us his story ahead of Armistice Day.
Children at a Suffolk school showed off their artistic skills and added a splash of colour to stones as part of their Remembrance Day commemorations.
On Saturday Suffolk officially launched this year’s Remembrance build-up – in what is almost certainly the most significant Armistice season that any of us can remember.
The centenary of the end of the First World War is now just three weeks away with ceremonies to mark the Armistice happening across the world as well as here at home in East Anglia.