It was in 1884 when the first Monday of September was selected to celebrate the so-called Labor Day. As we are not far from this date, we are going to leave at your disposal some fantastic cards and pictures for you to download for free.
On September 5, 1882, the Central Workers Union accepted the proposal and organized a picnic in New York City, and unofficially declared this day to celebrate workers: Labor Day.
The origin of Labor Day has two possible drivers: Peter J. McGuire, co-founder of the American Federation of Workers and Matthew Maguire, a machinist who was a native of Paterson, New Jersey.
The first Monday of September of every year is celebrated in the United States the day honoring workers. On this day, people recognize the efforts that workers make every day to help the country’s prosperity.
War of Chinese People’s Resistance Against Japanese Aggression forged a marvel in war stories and a feat of this nation. In fact, this war is the main reason why Victory Day is still celebrated nowadays.
Victory Day aims to make a journey through the history of the nation to preserve peace and justice. Next we are going to share with you some cards and images to help us spread this message.
Right now China’s president is starting his speech at the commemoration ceremony held to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory of the War of Chinese People’s Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.
In the capital’s Tiananmen Square, the president of China, Xi Jinping, expressed sincere gratitude to foreign governments and friends who provided support to these people in their resistance against Japanese aggression.
China today showed the world a message of peace and justice to the expected military parade on the Victory Day, which first featured the demonstration of foreign troops. Next we are going to leave at your disposal some pictures that reflect this.
On the eve of the national holiday in Vietnam, the authorities pay homage to the architect of independence, President Ho Chi Minh, and exhibit many objects and documents in the museum which has his name.