Poppies dropped as act of remembrance

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The Queen has unveiled a memorial in central London to the thousands of British and Allied airmen who died serving RAF Bomber Command in World War II.

As part of the unveiling, the RAF's last flying Lancaster bomber dropped thousands of poppies over the park as an act of remembrance for those who died.

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