National Memorial Day in France
National Memorial Day in France is held on December 5. In memory of those killed during the war in Algeria, the battles in Morocco and Tunisia. This event in the first decade of the month december is annual.
Martial Law Victims Remembrance Day in Poland on December 13 (Dzień Pamięci Ofiar Stanu Wojennego);
Tenth of Tevet on December 25 (Date for 2020 and January 7. עשרה בטבת - Asara b'Tevet. Tevet - marks the day on which the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem began in the year 588 BCE, an event which eventually led to the destruction on the Temple in 586 BCE and the first exile from Israel. In Israel, the Tenth of Tevet has also come to be marked as a memorial day for the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust);
Ancestry Day on January 2 (Haiti);
Berchtold's Day or Berchtoldstag on January 2 (Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the Alsace)