Members of the German Embassy London and the Defence Attaché Staff London mark Remembrance Sunday across UK

13 November 2017

Members of the German Embassy London and the Defence Attaché Staff London participated in various memorial services on this year's Remembrance Sunday, 12 November.

Remembrance Sunday Enlarge image Remembrance Sunday (© German Embassy London) The German Defence Attaché Brigadegeneral Ralf Raddatz laid a wreath during a memorial service at the Military Cemetery in Brookwood. Brigadegeneral Raddatz was accompanied by Deacon Udo Bauer.

Deputy Head of Mission, Tania Freiin von Uslar-Gleichen, laid a wreath at at Cannock Chase, the German military cemetery in the UK, which is the final resting place for nearly 5000 Germans killed in both World Wars.

The well-attended and moving memorial service was organised by the Penkridge Anglo-German Remembrance Day Association.

Naval Attaché Commander Steffen Handrick paid tribute to the fallen during a ceremony at the War graves Section of Botley Cemetery near Oxford.

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