Albion returned to winning ways with a 2-0 triumph over Crystal Palace at The Hawthorns - thanks to goals from Saido Berahino and Gareth McAuley.
The Baggies helped promote The Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal by wearing shirts featuring the charity's emblem.
Members of the Blackheath Sea Cadets and Old Hill Army Cadets also formed a guard of honour as the players emerged from the tunnel - before a minute's silence was well observed prior to kick-off.
There was another poignant moment when the club remembered assistant chief steward Mick Hodgetts who sadly passed away last month.
And, at half-time, club legend Darren Moore helped celebrate the work The Albion Foundation's Helen Fisher has done for grassroots football.
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