The First World War dead were commemorated as they fell. That act of remembrance has never ceased. For the survivors, it invokes a range of emotions, not least pride, sorrow and anger.
These poignant films return us to a time when the war was still fresh.
Non-Fiction19281 mins Location: Richmond
A one-armed soldier is among those shown diligently manufacturing poppies on the 10th anniversary of Armistice Day at a factory in Richmond.
News19393 mins Location: Llandrindod Wells/Llandrindod
This is thought to be footage of an Armistice Day parade in Llandrindod which includes armed forces veterans, police, Girl Guides, nurses and Air Raid Patrol [ARP] wardens.
Roll of Honour film191514 mins
A rare surviving WWI memorial film, featuring poignant images of men killed or injured serving in the armed forces.
Non-Fiction191913 mins Location: Haslingden
Charming, fun and heartwarming portrait of a Lancashire town coming together to celebrate Peace Day.
Non-Fiction19195 mins Location: Holywell/Treffynnon
Flintshire lost hundreds of men on the WW1 battlefields, Holywell contributing 32 who are commemorated on the Roll of Honour plaques on the Town Hall, seen here being unveiled.
Non-Fiction193313 mins Location: Birmingham
Remembering the fallen comrades of the Warwickshire Regiment in a solemn ceremony fifteen years after the Armistice.
Non-Fiction19244 mins Location: Paisley
A sea of bowler hats, kilted soldiers and medalled veterans crowd the streets of 1924 Paisley to watch smart dignitaries unveil a war memorial in this sombre local topical.
Non-Fiction192113 mins Location: Market Harborough
The town of Market Harborough turns out for the solemn occasion of the unveiling of their Great War memorial to commemorate the dead of the 1914-'18 conflict.
Non-Fiction19221 mins Location: Mill Hill
A sombre Prince of Wales – later Edward VIII – unveils a striking memorial to the 12,694 members of the Middlesex Regiment who died in the First World War.
Non-Fiction19301 mins Location: Windsor Castle
In the grounds of Windsor Castle, George V presents new colours to the Eton College Officers' Training Corps.
Non-Fiction192511 mins Location: Leek
Huge crowds flock to Leek to witness the unveiling of the town's tribute to the Great War's fallen. At 90 feet the Nicholson War Memorial is the tallest in the country.
Non-Fiction19253 mins Location: London
Newsreel cameras capture the crowds and royalty gathered to mark the seventh "Great Silence" on Remembrance Day 1925.
Amateur film19284 mins Location: Shanghai
Chinese junks and British battleships appear together in this film depicting the 1928 Armistice Day in Hong Kong.
Non-Fiction19357 mins Location: Westminster
In inauspicious times these members of Leeds Jewish community set off for London in a joyful atmosphere, only for the mood to become more sombre as they file past the Cenotaph.