Why do we have two minutes of silence on Remembrance Day?


The two minute silence observed on Remembrance Day is usually held to honour the departed comrades. The concept of silence is traced to Edgar Honey, an Australian journalist who served with an English regiment in World War One. This ritual is observed in common wealth nations.
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