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IN PHOTOS: Winnipeg remembers

First World War letters from George and Charles Battershill to their family are on display at the Archives of Manitoba. George died in the war. Lauren McNabb / Global News

WINNIPEG — Remembrance Day is a time when a photo can say more than words.

Here’s a look at some of the scenes in Winnipeg on Nov. 11, 2014.

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Letters from the front penned by George and Charles Battershill during the First World War can be found at the Archives of Manitoba. George never returned home. Lauren McNabb / Global News
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George and Charles Battershill's letters home from the First World War front are part of the Archives of Manitoba collection. George died in the war. Lauren McNabb / Global News
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The Field of Honour at Winnipeg's Brookside Cemetery is the final resting place for 11,000 Canadian servicemen. Brittany Greenslade / Global News
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Flags line the edge of the grass at the Field of Honour at Brookside Cemetery in Winnipeg on Remembrance Day. Brittany Greenslade / Global News
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Wreaths adorn the stage at the Remembrance Day service at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Talia Ricci / Global News
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It was standing room only on Remembrance Day at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Tamara Forlanski / Global News
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Wreaths surround the First World War cenotaph at the St. Norbert Cemetery on Remembrance Day. Gordon MacGregor Photography
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People gather to remember the boys of Valour Road -- three won Victoria Crosses in the First World War -- and other veterans on Remembrance Day in Winnipeg. Rudi Pawlychyn / Global News
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Stones glow in the light of the rising sun at the Field of Honour in Brookside Cemetery on Remembrance Day. Brittany Greenslade / Global News
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Canadian Forces members prepare for the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Talia Ricci / Global News
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A monument at Brookside Cemetery in Winnipeg honours fallen soldiers. Brittany Greenslade / Global News
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A crowd gathers for the Remembrance Day service at the St. Norbert Cemetery in Winnipeg. Gordon MacGregor Photography
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The band plays at the Winnipeg Convention Centre Remembrance Day service. Talia Ricci / Global News
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The parade marches onto the stage during the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Talia Ricci / Global News
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The crowd waits for the Remembrance Day ceremony to begin at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Talia Ricci / Global News
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Flags fly at half-mast at Portage Avenue and Main Street in the early morning hours of Remembrance Day. Lara Schroeder / Global News
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The sun rises on Remembrance Day over the Field of Honour at Brookside Cemetery in Winnipeg, where 11,000 servicemen are interred. Global News
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First World War letters from George and Charles Battershill to their family are on display at the Archives of Manitoba. George died in the war. Lauren McNabb / Global News

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