It was November the 11th, 1918, at the 11th hour, that the armistice took effect and the guns of the Western Front fell silent.
World War I, the Great War, the "war to end all wars", had drawn to a close.
Veterans Day - a day which has come to honor all American veterans - was originally a day set aside to honor the service of the millions of soldiers from the United States who went "Over There" to fight in the trenches of Europe.
And this Veterans Day is the first that we have ever had without even one of those brave men and women among us...
Frank Buckles, the last surviving "doughboy", passed away in February of this year. He was 110 years old.
They are all gone now.
May we never forget them.