National Day of Commemoration in Ireland
National Day of Commemoration in Ireland is held on July 10. It occurs on the Sunday nearest July 11, the anniversary of the date in 1921 that a truce was signed ending the Irish War of Independence. This event in the first decade of the month July is annual.
Similar holidays and events
Remembrance Day for the victims of the genocide of Srebrenica residents in the European Union on July 11;
Seventeenth of Tammuz in Israel on July 16 (hb. שבעה עשר בתמוז - Shivah Asar B’Tammuz. Tammuz - The start of a three-week mourning period when Jews don’t have weddings because of the breach of the walls of Jerusalem leading to the Ninth of Av (Tisha. B'Av) which commemorates the destruction of both the first and the second Holy temples);
Day of Commemoration of the Great Upheaval in Canada on July 28 (The Royal Proclamation of 2003 is a document issued in the name of Queen Elizabeth II acknowledging the Great Upheaval (or Great Expulsion or Grand Dérangement), Britain's expulsion of French-speaking Acadians from Nova Scotia, beginning in 1755.)