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The Veterans Day celebrates on 11th November of Every year. It is the Federal Holiday in United States. This Holyday celebrates at the respect of served in the U.S. Militants. On 11th November 1918 was the day which was famous for the end of the World War 1. This is so proudly moment for every American because they fight in the World War 1 so bravely and won in the World War 1 and did make peace in this World. In a previously time its name is Armistice Day. But 1st June 1954 its name was change.

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Interesting Veteran’s Facts:

  • The Remembrance Day and Armistice day also celebrates on same day in other countries.

  • World War 1 finishes at 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month.

  • It is also known as Armistice Day. It celebrates to the honor of martyr militants of U.S.A.

  • Approx. People are confused between Memorial Moment and Veterans Day. It is so proudly moment for all of us because we are living in this brave country.

  • Raymond Weeks was given the Presidential Citizenship Medal from Ronald Reagan in 1982. Raymond Weeks led the celebration from 1947 until 1985 when he died.

  • In 1971, Veterans Day was moved to be the fourth Monday in October. In 1978 it went back to being November 11th.

  • In 1954 the National Veterans Award was created, also in Alabama.

  • Veterans Day, celebrated on November 11th, is both a state and federal holiday in the United States.

  • Each year on Veterans Day there is a ceremony held in Arlington Cemetery to honor all who have died in war.

  • There are approximately 24 million veterans living today.

  • There were approximately 400,000 members of the United States military killed during World War II.

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