The federal member keeps anniversary every year as a sign of respect for the soldiers who died in a military conflict. This tradition was introduced in 1919 after the end of World War I to thank King George V, 19 million people who lost their lives. Teresa May 5 Today you can join other European leaders in setting up wreaths at the graves of British soldiers who died in world clashes at the St Symphorien Military Cemetery (Mons).
Her visit is two days ahead of the 100th anniversary of the truce on Sunday.
When did World War I end? What is the day of truce cooperation?
Remembrance Day, which is held annually on November 11, started on the same day as the anniversary of the restoration.
Battles in World War I On November 11, 1918, the French allies and the German army officially halted at 11:11 am with a truce agreement.
The peace agreement came into force on the tenth day of the eleventh month.
In other words, it will be exactly 100 years after the end of World War I at 11 am this Sunday.
The National Service of Memembrance takes place at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London, to commemorate the 100th anniversary.
This service, which began at 11 o'clock, will honor Commonwealth soldiers and civilians who died in World War II and other wars.
The Royal British Army Corps is marching at Wellington Barracks at 10:00.
The two minute silence at 11am will start after the fire of guns for the king's troops on the Horse Guards Parade.
Where can I see the day of the truce?
The day of the armistice is the national holiday of France and Belgium.
In many countries, such as the United Kingdom, days of truce coincide with Remembrance Day.
Germany celebrates national anniversaries, but on November 16, the closest Sunday, the Day of Mourning called Volkstrauertage.
Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain, and Norway do not celebrate the day of the Armistice because they remain neutral in the First World War.
In the United States, Americans spend their days for veterans called Memorial Day.
This is held on the last Monday of May each year.