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RAMLE, ISRAEL - NOVEMBER 08: A cloth poppy is left on a grave after a Remembrance Day service at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, on November 8, 2009 in Ramle in central Israel. The cemetery dates from the First World War and is the last resting place for deceased of both World Wars, and the period of the British mandate of Palestine. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images) (David Silverman/Getty Images)
RAMLE, ISRAEL - NOVEMBER 08: A cloth poppy is left on a grave after a Remembrance Day service at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, on November 8, 2009 in Ramle in central Israel. The cemetery dates from the First World War and is the last resting place for deceased of both World Wars, and the period of the British mandate of Palestine. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images) (David Silverman/Getty Images)

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