100th anniversary of World War I, Lights Fully contained

A number of European countries off the light mass on Monday, August 4th 2014 This is to commemorate 100 years of World War I (WW I).

This activity is done in memory greeting UK Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey, who served in 1914.

Launch of the New York Post, Monday (08/04/2014) Grey said, the light will be lost from the rest of Europe, and we will not see the light in our lives.

British Prime Minister David Cameron urged all citizens of the UK to turn off the lights in their homes at 10:00 pm local time.

UK residents only will be allowed to light one candle as a night light on at 23:00 local time. The time marks the British declaration stating ready against Germany on August 4, 1914.

According to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg in the world wars as many as sixteen million people were reported killed.

The plan in the memorial number of political leaders will gather in the city of Liege and Mons in Belgium.