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Trevor Bradshaw was only 21 when The Falklands War began. Now a counsellor, he looks back on his experiences from 1982.
As champions of Remembrance, we invite you to explore and remember the bravery and sacrifice of our Armed Forces on a Remembrance Travel journey.
Aged 17 when the Falklands War broke out, John Sheppard recalls his time as a young chef on board MSV Stena Seaspread during the conflict.
Discover how tattoos have become central to Remembrance and commemoration in our Armed Forces community, and explore the stories behind them.
In 2020, the Royal British Legion called on the nation to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day from home.
After VE Day thousands were still fighting in the Far East. Victory over Japan Day (VJ Day) marks the day Japan surrendered on the 15 August 1945, effectively ending the Second World War.
The largest amphibious operation in history, D-Day marked the beginning of the liberation of France and Western Europe in the Second World War.
The Remembrance Glade offers a tranquil space for people to contemplate what Remembrance means to them and to remember those that have served and sacrificed.
In August 2018, Army Cadet Maddie Hempell joined over 1,000 Legion members for the Great Pilgrimage 90 in Ypres.
During the Second World War Jane Eldridge was a Cypher Officer, travelling with Winston Churchill to Canada.
In this Poppy Press edition, we're asking the nation to help us celebrate 100 years of support for the Armed Forces community by leaving a personal message.
For more than 20 years the story of Passchendaele survivor Arthur Roberts lay in the attic of a house in a quiet suburb of Glasgow.
Join in to mark our 100th anniversary by adding a message of support for the Armed Forces community on our 100 Years of Support online message board.
After joining the Army at 18, Len Burritt served on the frontline in more than 100 battles in 15 countries, including the Battle of El Alamein in 1942.
Former Royal Marine Commando Pete Dunning on the unveiling of the Iraq and Afghan Memorial.
Known as The Flying Sikh of Biggin Hill, Hardit Singh Malik was the first Indian pilot of WWI and would go on to become a distinguished diplomat.