Who started Veterans Day in the US?
President Eisenhower started the veterans day he signed the paper
Yes. Technically, its celebration held one day ahead of the US Mainland because of the Time Zone differential, but it still falls on the same day! The day is started out with the traditional Military shebangs at the major memorials in the PI. attended mostly by local officials, representatives of the US Goverment, and of course, some veterans of US wars.
It was signed into law on 28 June 1968. == Veterans Day, observed on November 11th in the US, honors all our veterans and commemorates the armistice that ended WW1 in 1918. It was renamed from Armistice Day to Veterans Day in 1954 and now is a National day of honor for all armed service veterans no matter in which was they served.