From pa­rades and prayers to por­traits and

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Pipers will play Bat­tle’s O’er at more than 2000 lo­ca­tions around the world. The song is tra­di­tion­ally played when a con­flict comes to an end.

The Ar­mistice 100 Pro­ces­sion and Ser­vice of Commemoration Na­tional Pa­rade will take place in Ed­in­burgh. It will leave the cas­tle es­planade and head to the Stone of Re­mem­brance at the City Cham­bers.

The mod­er­a­tor of the Church of Scot­land will lead Glas­gow’s Re­mem­brance Sun­day ser­vice at the Ceno­taph. It will be fol­lowed by wreath-lay­ing and a pa­rade.

A two min­utes’ si­lence will be held at the Ceno­taph in Lon­don’s White­hall, which will be marked by the fir­ing of guns from the King’s Troop on Horse Guards Pa­rade. A vet­er­ans’ march will be held by the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion.

Por­traits of sol­diers killed dur­ing the con­flict will be drawn in the sand at five Scot­tish beaches. Their

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