Hundreds of people have lined the streets to watch the funeral of one of Britain's last World War I veterans.
Henry Allingham, who was in the Royal Naval Air Service during the war and later a founding member of the Royal Air Force, was the world's oldest man when he died on 18 July, aged 113.
Since his death, the last World War I veteran in Britain, Harry Patch, has also died.
Mr Allingham was buried with full military honours.
His funeral was followed by a fly-past of five replica WWI aircraft.
Europe Today's Paul Henley was joined by the BBC's Rob Broomby in Brighton, where the funeral took place.
First broadcast 30 July 2009
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