This chapter takes silence as its starting point, a potent act of collective commemoration and temporary pause of mass personal introspection and reflection that signifies unified remembrance. The author relays his own account of attending the 11 November 2018 Armistice Day commemorations at the Cenotaph, the main British memorial site in Whitehall, London. Reflecting on the constancy of silence in how remembrance is practised and experienced around the globe, his account draws on the bodily, sensory and emotional aspects of silence as he both observed and participated in it at the centenary of the end of the First World War.