Each Year in the month of November, ICF WW2 led by Yumnam Rajeshwor, President of ICF WW2 and its member paid floral tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts.
November 11 is known as Armistice Day, Remembrance Day or Poppy Day. The day is observed on November 11 or the Second Sunday in November and hence today being the Second Sunday of November 12, 2017, Yumnam Rajeshwor along with the members and volunteers of ICF WW2 paid floral tribute to the men and women died on the day today at Imphal War Cemetery with a 2 minutes silence.
This day marks the centenary of the First World War year.
Mention may be that, the first Remembrance Day, in Britain and the Commonwealth was held in 1919. However, Australian journalist Edward George Honey is originally thought to have proposed the idea of a two-minute silence in a letter published in the London Evening News in May 1989.