Remembrance means different things to different people. It's usually connected to the Australian Armed Forces - a time to reflect about those who were killed, those who fought with them and alongside them, in conflicts past and present and all those affected by war. It's more than just pinning on a poppy. It serves to remind us of the impact of war, on families and communities, on social, economic, political and cultural life.

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