In many parts of the world ceremonies were held to honour the dead of two world were on Remembrance Sunday, November 9.
G.V. THE RAMLEH WAR CEMETERY.
C.U. NAME PLATE.
S.V.V. BRITISH LEGION MEMBERS.
S.C.U. ONE OF THEM.
L.V. LINE OF V.I.P.'S.
S.C.U. MRS. V. WEIZMAN (WIFE OF THE FIRS ISRAEL PRESIDENT,) READING A HYMN.
S.V. PAN THE GHANA AMBASSADOR LAYING A WREATH.
S.V. PAN THE CANADIAN AMBASSADOR LAYING A WREATH.
S.V. PAN THE BRITISH MILITARY ATTACHE LAYING A WREATH.
S.V. A LINE OF V.I.P'S.
S.V. THE CANADIAN AND AUSTRALIAN AMBASSADORS.
L.V. THE MEMORIAL.
Initials D.C./E.S. M.R/R.L
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Background: In many parts of the world ceremonies were held to honour the dead of two world were on Remembrance Sunday, November 9.
Israel was no exception. Ambassadors from Britain, Canada and Ghana were among the diplomats who attended a ceremony at Ramleh Was Cemetery. It was one of the first public appearances of recently appointed Miss Margaret Meagher, first Canadian Ambassador to Israel.
Members of the British Legion were among the wreath layers.