we have ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day because we celebrate the brave young people that fought in the war for our country. The are very brave and should be remembered and talked about for years to come.
Armistice Day is always 11th November every year and is the date that the 1st World War ended in 1918 (11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month). Remembrance Sunday is the nearest Sunday to that date.
Remembrance Day is a day when we remember ones who have fought for our country in the war, especially the first world war. Remembrance Day is on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
Remembrance Day (Poppy Day) in Commonwealth countries is November 11. In New Zealand, France, Belgium, Serbia, and the US, it is called Veterans Day. Remembrance Sunday is the nearest Sunday to Poppy Day.
Remembrance day is on November 11th to remember all that have died fighting for our country. We have remembrance day on the 11th becausethis is the day when ww1 ended. It ended on the 11th day at the eleventh hour and eleventh month in 1918
Three Countries that I know that honour Veterans Day as Remembrance day are: Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. Many other countries observe this day and most commonwealth countries still call it remembrance day.
Different countries have different days; In Israel Holocaust Remembrance Day was on April 7th, 2013, marking the day of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. The United Nations (International) Remembrance Day is on the 27th January, marking the Liberation of Auschwitz.