Remembrancetide draws to a close, 90 years after the end of the 'War to end all Wars' - What have we learnt? Meanwhile our young men (and now women) are still being put in danger's way on behalf of us all. There will always be a need to Remember the Fallen. 1968 remains the only year since 1945 that a British serviceman hasn't died because of enemy action. I'm really glad that the significance of Armistice Day proper has re-emerged on the national scene and more and more folk now observe it. In France the 11th is a National Holiday, so WE could do better....... Where were you? To kick off: I went to Salisbury Cathedral where 4 RIFLES were holding their Remembrance Service. Short and sharp. Good bugling. Very moving anthem called 'Na Tui Dau Loloma Ga' sung by a dozen or so soldiers of Pacific Island origin (Fiji?). AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING, WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.