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Led by a pink flag bearer, 25 Queer Remembrance marchers, each wearing a large pink triangle, carried pink wreaths and bouquets, and a large shield in the form of a pink triangle, emblazoned with the words "Never Forget".

 

They marched from Horseguards Avenue, down Whitehall, to the Cenotaph, following the route taken minutes earlier by thousands of war veterans in the official Remembrance Sunday parade.

 

Among the Queer Remembrance marchers were several gay military veterans.

 

OutRage! - Pink Triangle Wreath

 

Applause for Queer Remembrance Marchers, 14-November-1999

©1999 John Hunt/OutRage! London

This picture may be copied in the cause of furthering our aims, provided that the source is acknowledged.

 

The floral pink triangle was sponsored by the florists

 

David Armstrong Designs, 152, Gray's Inn Road, WC1X 8AX,

Tel. 020-78.37.26.67; Fax 020-78.37.30.66.

  

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Taken on April 28, 2010