What is Remembrance Day and how is it commemorated in Australia?

November 11 is today celebrated across the world as a day to recognize the sacrifices made by many persons in service to their nation.

Today, each state and territory will observe one minute of silence to remember those who died in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping missions.

Since it was initially observed by allied countries following World War I, in which over 60,000 Australians died, Remembrance Day has developed.

To know more about the Remembrance day follow this link: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-11-10/what-is-remembrance-day-how-to-commemorate-red-poppy/100607050