When did veterans day begin?

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Veteran's Day began in 1919 after President Woodrow Wilson declared an Armistice Day, however it wasn't made a federal holiday until it was approved by Congress in 1938.
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Veterans Day began in 1919 but was called Armistice Day at that time. In 1954 the day was officially renamed Veterans Day. Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11th or the nearest
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1. Attend a Veterans Day program in your community that offers tribute to those who serve on land, sea and air. 2. Take part in a flag-raising ceremony. Stand and join in the Pledge
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1 Hang a flag. Hang the American flag to show your patriotism. Many people will remember veterans who served in war by seeing the flag swaying in the breeze. Ad 2 Thank A Veteran.
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Veterans Day began in 1919 but was called Armistice Day at that time. In 1954 the day was officially renamed Veterans Day. Veterans Day is celebrated on November ...
Veterans Day began in 1919 but was called Armistice Day at that time. In 1954 the day was officially renamed Veterans Day. Veterans Day is celebrated on November ...
Veterans Day began in 1919 but was called Armistice Day at that time. In 1954 the day was officially renamed Veterans Day. Veterans Day is celebrated on November ...
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