12 November 2010
Last updated at 10:47
A two-minute silence has been observed around the world to mark Armistice Day. Lee O'Sullivan, a former Royal Marine, sent this picture of a ceremony in Helmand province, Afghanistan.
Martin Dutt attended a gathering at a war cemetery in Rhodes. "The lone Greek army trumpeter plays the last post," he said.
Memorial and wreaths in Rhodes. Photo: Martin Dutt
Hush poppy. Retired racing greyhounds, Arrow and Jasmine, kept quiet for two minutes at the Animals in War Memorial in Hyde Park, London. Photo: Liz Coleman
Danni, aged 15, took this picture of a Poppy on Remembrance Day in memory of losing “three relatives in the world wars”.
Jan Pieters, France: "I live in Lodeve, north of Montpellier. It's a town with a large Algerian community and strong memories of the Algerian war. Armistice Day reminds me of my good fortune of not having had to go to war."
Chris Brils watched Cathedral Express's steam train special service on Armistice Day with his family in London.
Pupils and staff at Cardinal Hume Catholic School, in Gateshead, paid their respects before laying wreaths and remembrance crosses around a model cenotaph. Photo: Michael Malone
A service of remembrance attended by veterans marked the day at the Royal Armouries in Leeds.
Graham Bowes, in Kingston-upon-Thames, said: "I liked the poppy lying amongst the fallen autumn leaves. It seemed quite poignant to me." Send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions see www.bbc.co.uk/yourpics