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Westminster Abbey, London, UK. 9th Nov, 2017. Mercian Regiment members wear oak leaves in their hats when on Royal duty, in commemoration of their role in protecting a King taking refuge in an oak tree - Prince Harry visits the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey and meets the Dean of Westminster, the President of The Poppy Factory and the National President of The Royal British Legion. He laid a Cross of Remembrance in front of wooden crosses from the Graves of Unknown British Soldiers. After the ‘Last Post' and a two minutes' silence he met veterans. Credit: Guy Bell/Alamy Live News

Westminster Abbey, London, UK. 9th Nov, 2017. Mercian Regiment members wear oak leaves in their hats when on Royal duty, in commemoration of their role in protecting a King taking refuge in an oak tree - Prince Harry visits the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey and meets the Dean of Westminster, the President of The Poppy Factory and the National President of The Royal British Legion. He laid a Cross of Remembrance in front of wooden crosses from the Graves of Unknown British Soldiers. After the ‘Last Post' and a two minutes' silence he met veterans. Credit: Guy Bell/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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Guy Bell / Alamy Stock Photo

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53 MB (2.1 MB Compressed download)

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5271 x 3514 px | 44.6 x 29.8 cm | 17.6 x 11.7 inches | 300dpi

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9 November 2017

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Westminster Abbey, London, United Kingdom

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Members of the Mercian Regiment wear oak leaves in their hats when on Royal duty, in commemoration of their role in protecting a King taking refuge in an oak tree - Prince Harry visits the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey and meets the Dean of Westminster, the President of The Poppy Factory and the National President of The Royal British Legion. He laid a Cross of Remembrance in front of wooden crosses from the Graves of Unknown British Soldiers. After the ‘Last Post’ and a two minutes’ silence he met veterans. This is the 89th year of the Field of Remembrance since the first in November 1928, when only two Remembrance Tribute Crosses were planted. There are now approximately 70, 000 crosses and each one carries a personal message to someone who lost there life in the service of our country. London 09 Nov 2017.

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