Veterans' Day 2020, 2021 and furtherView below the dates for (among others) Veterans' Day 2020 and Veterans' Day 2021.
You can also see on which day the holiday falls and how many days it is until this holiday.
|Date||Holiday||Day||Week number||Days to go|
|Veterans' Day 2020||Wednesday||46||52|
|Veterans' Day 2021||Thursday||45||417|
|Veterans' Day 2022||Friday||45||782|
|Veterans' Day 2023||Saturday||45||1147|
|Veterans' Day 2024||Monday||46||1513|
|Veterans' Day 2025||Tuesday||46||1878|
|Veterans' Day 2026||Wednesday||46||2243|
|Veterans' Day 2027||Thursday||45||2608|
|Veterans' Day 2028||Saturday||45||2974|
|Veterans' Day 2029||Sunday||46||3339|
|Veterans' Day 2030||Monday||46||3704|
Significance of Veterans' Day 2020Veterans' Day 2020 is a federal holiday (previously known as Armistice Day) observed annually on November 11, not only in the United States but in many other countries throughout the world. In the United States, it is a day that honours all men and women that have served as military veterans in the United States Armed Forces. Additionally, Veteran's Day 2020 is the anniversary of the signing of the armistice, which ended the World War I hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany in 1918. Veterans Day 2020 should not to mistaken with Memorial Day; Veterans' Day celebrates the service of all United States military veterans, while Memorial Day honours those who died while in military service.
History of Veterans' DayThe history of Veterans' Day dates back to the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when an armistice between Germany and the Allied nations came into effect, bringing an end to World War I. On November 11, 1919, Armistice Day was proclaimed by President Wilson and commemorated United States' Veterans who served in World War I for the first time. In 1926, the United States Congress officially recognized November 11 as the end of World War I and declared that day as the anniversary of the armistice.
In the year 1954, Armistice Day officially became known as Veterans' Day and from then on, became a holiday honouring American veterans of all wars. In 1968 the Uniforms Holiday Bill made an attempt to move Veterans Day to the fourth Monday of October. The bill took effect in 1971. However, this caused a lot of confusion as many states disagreed with this decision and continued to commemorate Veterans' Day on November 11. In 1975, President Gerald R. Ford signed Public Law which stated that Veterans Day would, again, be observed on November 11 from 1978 onwards. Veterans Day 2020 is still celebrated on November 11.