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Veterans Day 2021

Veterans Day began as a celebration commemorating the end of a war — a conflict now known as the First World War. The hope was that the First World War would end

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Veterans Day 2020

Veterans Day is one of the few federal holidays that isn’t celebrated on a Monday. It’s a fixed date, November 11th, commemorating the fact that the First World War ceased hostilities on

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Veterans Day 2019

One of the things I find most exciting in life is learning something new — even if it’s a small thing. In preparing to write this article, I learned something about attributive

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Veterans Day 2018

This year’s Veterans Day celebration marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Katie Mettler (@kemettler) reports, “[in 1918,] at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of

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Veterans Day 2017

Although tomorrow is officially America’s Veterans Day, many people will enjoy a day off today since the holiday falls on a weekend. Originally called “Armistice Day,” the date was chosen to commemorate

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Veterans Day 2016

One of the bitterest U.S. presidential elections ever held is now over; but, the divisiveness it fomented will likely linger for a generation or more. That’s why this Veterans Day might be

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Veterans Day 2014

In the United States, Veterans Day annually falls on November 11, the anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended World War I hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany in

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Veterans Day 2013

Veterans Day is one of America’s “minor” holidays — meaning that not all businesses or schools close to celebrate it. Businesses take advantage of the holiday by advertising sales in hopes of

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