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Webmaster Comments 19.11.11

November 11, 2019

On November 11, 1918, Veterans Day began as World War I ended. Back then, it was known as Armistice Day, celebrating the arrival of peace and the “war to end all wars.” Since then, it has evolved into a day where America honors all who served. 

Veterans, living and dead, whether they served in wartime or peacetime, should be recognized for their service to America. Most Americans do not know too much about military service and the significance of the title – veteran. To these people, it is a national holiday and a day off from work or school.

Today, consider saying, “Thank you for your service” to the veterans you know. 

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