Instagram: Seven heart-felt captions for Remembrance Sunday

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Remembrance Sunday will be celebrated on Sunday 8th under a second national lockdown; Instagram will hold the celebration this year.

Armistice Day, widely known as Remembrance Sunday, is celebrated on the second Sunday of November to remember the end of World War One and the lives lost in wars.

Every year, a two-minute silence is held at 11 am in honour of those who died in the line of duty. The symbol of Remembrance Sunday, the Poppy, is seen and worn everywhere across the UK once November comes.

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Remembrance Sunday Instagram captions

On this day, there are usually ceremonies held at war memorials, churches and cenotaphs across the country.

Unsurprisingly at this point, COVID-19 has cancelled these events. Remembrance Sunday will be celebrated on social media. The hashtag Remembrance Sunday has almost 500k posts on Instagram.

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Here are seven Remembrance Sunday Instagram captions for all your patriotic posts remembering those who sacrificed their lives for the country 🙏.

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“They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old: age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.” – Laurence Binyon

“A Poppy, in tribute to all the brave veterans who risked their lives in past and present, so we might have a future.”

“Poppy, poppy, what do you say? Wear me on Remembrance Sunday. Poppy, poppy, what do you tell? Many soldiers in battle fell. Poppy, poppy, what should we know? That peace on earth should grow, grow, grow.”

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“On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, when the guns fell silent, we will remember.”

“We cherish too, the Poppy red that grows on fields where valour led, it seems to signal to the skies that the blood of heroes never dies.” – Moina Michael

“Lest we forget remembering all those who have made sacrifices, especially those who gave their lives so that the rest of us could live in freedom.”

“Lest we forget. Wear a poppy on your page in remembrance of those who fought and died for us in the line of duty.”