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Veterans Day

Names from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

November 11 is the anniversary of the Armistice which was signed in the Forest of Compiegne by the Allies and the Germans in 1918, ending World War I, after four years of conflict. The name was changed to Veterans' Day by Act of Congress on May 24, 1954. In October of that year, President Eisenhower called on all citizens to observe the day by remembering the sacrifices of all those who fought so gallantly and future rededication to the task of promoting an enduring peace. The President referred to the change of name to Veterans' Day in honor of the servicemen of all America's wars. Flagandbanner.comrespectfully offers veteran memorabilia as a tribute to those who serve and who have served our country. Our memorial decorations for veterans and flag holders for a Veteran's grave are quality made and are designed with honor in mind. For your Veteran's Day tributes and celebrations, Flag and Banner has a variety of flags and patriotic banners for all or your decorating needs.

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Learn more about the history behind Veteran's Day at the US Department of Veterans Affairs Website.

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