Veterans’ Day

Veterans’ Day
In the United States, Vet­er­ans’ Day is usu­ally observed on Novem­ber 11. If this date occurs on a Sun­day, usu­ally the fol­low­ing Mon­day is employed as the day of obser­vance. If the eleventh should fall on a Sat­ur­day, it may be observed that day or the begin­ning of the fol­low­ing week.
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