The Isle of Man paused to remember its war dead this morning (Thursday).
Around the Island people gathered at war memorials to mark a two-minute silence for Armistice Day.
In Douglas, despite the weather, there was a large crowd around the monument on the promenade for a service attended by veterans, the Lieutenant Governor Sir Paul Haddacks and Mayor of Douglas Ritchie McNicholl.
In St John's there was a simple service of dedication for a new memorial naming those from the parish who gave their lives in the two world wars.
The first wreath was laid by a young girl called Doona Leece whose great-great-uncle's name is on the tablet.
Captain of German Parish John Kennaugh explained why a new memorial was needed: