100th anniversary of the end of World War I is a time for deep reflection
The centenary marking the anniversary of the moment the guns fell silent in Europe on November 11, 1918, is a day for deep reflection and intense gratitude.
A young Australia took part in the battle that finally broke the Hindenburg line, performed with amazing courage and resilience at Villers Brettonneux and paid a huge price at Fromelles and Passchendaele.
On Remembrance Day, all Australians should remember those who served the nation in all conflicts and particularly those who paid the ultimate price. Lest we forget. Peter Curtis, Werribee South, Vic