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In World War I shooter Verdun, commemorate the Armistice of November 11th 1918 by holding two minutes of silence and ears a special poppy flower medal.

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Lest We Forget.

At 11 am on November 11th 1918, the Armistice of Compiègne went into effect and effectively ended World War I. A good moment to remember those who have fallen during this long and bloody worldwide conflict.
In Tannenberg (and Verdun, our Eastern Front World War I game), you have an optional way to commemorate the Armistice. Watch the poppy flower turn red in two minutes of silence and you earn a special remembrance medal.

Armistice Verdun

For those who want to show their compassion for the fallen soldiers of World War I, there is a special Facebook filter that can be applied to your profile picture!

Find out more information about Remembrance Day in Verdun.

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