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The countdown to veterans day — 2 of 6 World War I used to be referred to as the War to End All Wars. When Ferdinand Foch accepted the German cessation of hostilities in his private railcar, late in 1918, it was widely believed that a lasting peace had been achieved — it was this belief that spurred the creation of Armistice Day.
LIBERTY FLAGS dedicates this time each year to sharing the history and importance of honoring our veterans.
On October 13, we celebrate the birthday of the United States Navy.
For 50 years, 1922 to 1972, the Navy’s birthday was celebrated on Theodore Roosevelt’s birthday, October 27th. The Navy League of the United States designated this date due to Roosevelt’s work in elevating the U.S. Navy to a premier force.
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