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Cambodia Paris Peace Treaty Day

Paris Peace Treaty Day in Cambodia is a public holiday.

Cambodia Paris Peace Treaty Day: October 23

Cambodia Celebrates Paris Peace Treaty Day.

Cambodia celebrates the peace treaty among the opposing factions that was signed in Paris on October 23 in 1991.

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Thailand remembers King Chulalongkorn

Chulalongkorn Day in Thailand is a public holiday.

Thailand Chulalongkorn Day: October 23

Thailand celebrates Chulalongkorn Day as a national holiday.

On October 23 of every year, Thailand celebrates Chulalongkorn Day. This is the day when King Chulalongkorn died. He is one of the most important kings in the Thailand’s colorful past.

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Hungary Salutes Revolution Day

Revolution Day in Hungary is a public holiday.

Hungary Revolution Day: October 23

Hungary Celebrates Revolution Day as a National Holiday.

On October 23, Hungary celebrates Revolution Day to commemorate the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The uprising was an unplanned nationwide upheaval against the communist government of the People’s Republic of Hungary and its Soviet-imposed policies. This uprising lasted from 23 October until 10 November 1956.

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Jamaica remembers National heroes

National Heroes’ Day is a public holiday in Jamaica.

National Heroes’ Day: October 21

National Heroes’ Day is a public holiday in Jamaica.

National Heroes’ Day is a Jamaican holiday, observed on the third Monday in October. It is a celebration of the island’s seven National Heroes, and also the date on which awards within the Jamaican honors system are bestowed. The National Heroes Day acknowledges these seven great heroes of Jamaica where they are viewed with inspiring pride and symbols of enduring strength.

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Honduras Salutes Armed Forces

Armed Forces Day is a public holiday in Honduras.

Armed Forces Day: October 21

Armed Forces Day is a public holiday in Honduras.

Armed Forces day is a day set aside by Honduras to honor and recognize their armed forces. On this day, in 1956, young military reformists staged a coup that ousted the authoritarian Lozano Diaz from power. This coup marked a turning point in Honduran history. For the first time, the armed forces had acted as an institution rather than as the instrument of a political party or of an individual leader. The new rulers represented younger, more nationalistic, and reform-minded elements in the military. For decades to come, the military would act as the primary actor of Honduran politics.

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