When did Armistice Day become a national holiday?


Armistice Day in the United States is celebrated as Veteran's Day. This day symbolizes the signing that ended World War I, at the 11th hour, 11th day and 11th month. It became a national holiday in 1919, with the proclamation by President Woodrow Wilson.
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Armistice day became a nationa holiday in 1954. The named was changed to veteran's day when that happened. Armistice day is also known as remembrance day.
In 1966, Lyndon Johnson established a permanent national observance
It became a national holidaY this day in 1776. That is when we (the united states) fought and won our independence from Britain, Source(s) Social Studies and love history.
It goes back to when Constantine moved Rome, which used the 365-day Julian Calendar with 7 day weeks, into Christianity and they considered Sunday to be the Sabbath Day, so that became
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Armistice Day, the precursor to Veteran's Day, was proclaimed by Woodrow Wilson in 1919. The name was changed to Veterans Day in 1954.
Armistice Day became a national holiday on November 11, 1918. Armistice Day falls on the same day as Veterans Day. Armistice Day is to commemorate the signing of a peace treaty between Germany and WW I allies.
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