Armistice Day is also known as REMEMBRANCE DAY or POPPY DAY. This day projects the end of World War One at 11 am, at the 11th day of the 11th month in the year 1918. This day is celebrated to remember or honour the members of the armed force who have given away their life in the war. Historically, this tradition of remembrance was inaugurated by King George V in 1919. On this day every year, poppies were worn which symbolises the deep red flowers which cover the battlefield in many Western font. Ceremonies and events were organised all over the cities and towns of the country. All culminates at the moment of burial at 11 am n observe a 2 minutes silence.