On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, Armistice was declared and the end of World War I was achieved. Since that time, November 11th has been celebrated as Armistice Day. In the U.S., it has also become a day to honor our Veterans.
Today, I honor all of those nations, whose youth proudly served in World War I. The poem In Flanders Fields by Canadian, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, MD, is a haunting reminder of the costs of war. May all countries touched by war find peace.
Till next time,