The terrible losses of the First World War left a nation reeling in collective and deeply personal grief. In the years immediately after the conflict, the British people - both at a national level and within their local communities - found ways of remembering those who had been killed.
From the marking of a two-minute silence, to the wearing of the poppy, the funeral and burial of an unknown soldier and the unveiling of local and national war memorials, this process created a landscape of remembrance that is still with us today.
This walking tour will explore the theme of remembrance and demonstrate how and why we still remember these events more than a hundred years on.
Starting at the National Army Museum and ending near Victoria Station, the tour will last approximately two hours and 30 minutes.
Ruth Polling graduated top of her year as London Blue Badge Tourist Guide of the Year 2014. She leads a variety of tours, specialising in the First and Second World Wars and their impact on London and Londoners.