VIDEO & PHOTOS: Remembrance Day 2010

Posted by on Nov 11, 2010 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

By Tari Trott, Deputy Editor

MORE than 60 years ago during the Second World War, Bermuda had enlisted more volunteers per capita than any other part of the British Empire.

Today, marking the 11th day of the 11th month — the same time the defeated Germans signed the Armistice ending the Second World War. Hundreds of Bermudians and residents watched the annual ceremony and parade at the Cenotaph on Front Street.

Photos by Alissa C. Hayward (click to ENLARGE)

The Governor's official car with his official flag on the front.

His Excellency Governor Sir Richard Gozney (left) and his A.D.C.

Our National heroes.

Members of the Bermuda Regiment stand ready.

Whitney Middle School Principal Freddie Evans and his wife show off their dog.

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