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    Denmark and the United Kingdom - When Americans celebrate their independence on the Fourth of July, they're celebrating their independence from England. But England has no such independence day of its own. Neither, curiously, does Denmark. Nor do either of these countries celebrate any kind of revolution or reunification, such as France's Bastille Day (the history of which goes back to the French Revolution). In fact, neither of these countries has any kind of national day at all. You don't need a revolution or a war for independence to get a national day — Greenland's national day marks the longest day of the year — but the United Kingdom and Denmark nevertheless lack one.:

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    National day

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    A national day is a day on which celebrations mark the nationhood of a nation or state. It may be the date of independence, of becoming a republic, of becoming a federation, or a significant date for a patron saint or a ruler (such as a birthday, accession, or removal). The national day is often a public holiday. Many countries have more than one national day. Denmark and the United Kingdom are the only two countries without a national day.[1] National days emerged with the age of Age of Nationalism, with most appearing during the 19th and 20th century.[2]

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    List of national days[edit]

    See also: List of national independence days

    Map with reasons for national days

    Nations that are not broadly recognized sovereign states are shown in . Defunct states are highlighted in . For nations that are dependent on, or part of, a sovereign state (such as federal states, autonomous regions, or colonies), the name of the sovereign state is shown in parentheses.

    Days that are not fixed to the Gregorian calendar are sorted by their occurrences.

    Nation Date Significance of this date

    Acadia (Canada) 15 August Assumption Day was preferred over 24 June to remember that Acadians are descendants of France and a separate nation from the French Canadians.

    Afghanistan 19 August Independence from United Kingdom control over Afghan foreign affairs in 1919. (see Afghan Independence Day)

    Albania 28 November Albanian Flag Day: Raising of the Albanian flag in Vlorë to announce the Albanian Declaration of Independence in 1912

    Alderney (British Islands) 15 December Homecoming Day, the return of the Islanders after the end of the German occupation of the Channel Islands during World War II 1945

    Algeria 5 July Independence Day (Algeria) in 1962

    American Samoa (United States) 17 April US Flag Day, commemorates the date American Samoa became a US territory and first flew the US flag in 1900, as well as the date of adoption of the American Samoan flag in 1960.

    Andorra 8 September Our Lady of Meritxell Day, patron saint of Andorra, signing of the Paréage of Andorra 1278

    Angola 11 November Independence from Portugal in 1975

    Anguilla (United Kingdom) 30 May Anguilla Day; the beginning of the Anguillian Revolution in 1967

    Antigua and Barbuda 1 November Independence from the United Kingdom in 1981

    Aragon (Spain) 23 April Saint George's Day, patron saint of Aragon and his Crown. An XIII legend holds that during the battle of Alcoraz in 1096, Saint George appeared in support of Aragonese army force.

    Argentina 25 May May Revolution, in 1810

    9 July Declaration of Independence, from Spain in 1816

    Armenia 28 May Republic Day, independence from the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic 1918

    21 September Independence from the Soviet Union recognised in 1991

    Aruba (Kingdom of the Netherlands) 18 March Flag Day; adoption of the flag in 1976

    Ascension (United Kingdom) 2nd Saturday in June Queen's Official Birthday

    Australia 26 January Australia Day, date of the founding of Sydney, the first European settlement in Australia, 1788

    Austria 26 October The Neutrality Constitution of 1955

    Azerbaijan 28 May Independence Day, independence from the Transcaucasian Democratic Federative Republic 1918

    Azores (Portugal) 24 May (Pentecost Monday) Azores Day, gaining autonomy within Portugal in 1976.

    Bahamas 10 July Independence from the United Kingdom in 1973

    Bahrain 16 December Coronation Day of Isa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the first Emir of Bahrain, in 1961

    Bangladesh 26 March Independence Day, declaration of independence from Pakistan in 1971

    Barbados 30 November Independence Day, from the United Kingdom in 1966

    Belarus 3 July Independence Day, liberation of Minsk from German occupation by Soviet troops in 1944

    Belgium 21 July National Day, Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld takes the oath as the first King of the Belgians in 1831

    Belize 21 September Independence from the United Kingdom in 1981

    Benin 1 August Independence from France in 1960

    Bermuda (United Kingdom) 24 May Originally Queen Victoria's birthday; now "Bermuda Day" to celebrate the islands' heritage and culture

    Bhutan 17 December Ugyen Wangchuck elected hereditary king in 1907

    Bolivia 6 August Proclamation of Republic (independent from Spain) in 1825

    Bosnia and Herzegovina 25 November Statehood Day, formation of the State Anti-fascist Council for the National Liberation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1943

    Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 1 March ; Referendum on independence from Yugoslavia in 1992

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    How many countries in the world don't have an Independence Day?

    Answer (1 of 24): Every country has either an independence day or the day of formation, which they celebrate every year. The country, which has never been under any other nation's rule, will have its formation day. e.g. Britain and Scotland have never been under any other country's rule. but tog...

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    Originally Answered: Is there any country which does not have any independence day ?

    Every country has either an independence day or the day of formation, which they celebrate every year. The country, which has never been under any other nation's rule, will have its formation day.

    e.g. Britain and Scotland have never been under any other country's rule. but together both of them and Ireland (and many other kingdoms) have formed a Union i.e. United Kingdom which had its first act of Union on May 1, 1707.

    The list of countries which doesn't have an independence day.

    Britain France Russia Spain Australia New Zealand China Japan Iran Nepal Bhutan Ethiopia Thailand

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    Rajesh Hamal

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    Nepal doesn't have an independence day. Nepal is the only South Asian nation to have never been colonized or become protectorate.

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    Russia doesn't have an Independence Day. If one imagines such a holiday, on what state could that independence be? On Mongolia? Don't make me laugh! Of course Russia has a National Day but if global policy trends are left as they are Russians will have to struggle for being independent. There is an old proverb: Russians are slow in harnessing but fast in riding (or driving, flying etc. to be more contemporary).

    Riki Shimada

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    Japan, because we never became independent, save for a debatable end to WWII, and even if we did, it would be the formation of Japan, but we would not know it anyway because it was a few thousand years ago

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    Solanki Narendra

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    These are the Countries WITH an Independence Day, will try to find the ones WITHOUT

    660 BCE - Japan 221 BCE - China 301 CE - San Marino 843 CE - France 976 CE - Austria

    10th Century CE - Denmark

    1001 - Hungary 1143 - Portugal 1206 - Mongolia 1238 - Thailand 1278 - Andorra

    August 1, 1291 - Switzerland

    1419 - Monaco

    15th Century - Spain

    1502 - Iran

    June 6, 1523 - Sweden

    January 23, 1579 - Netherlands

    1650 - Oman

    May 1, 1707 - United Kingdom

    January 23, 1719 - Liechtenstein

    1768 - Nepal

    July 4, 1776 - United States of America

    January 1, 1804 - Haiti

    July 20, 1810 - Colombia

    Sept. 16, 1810 - Mexico

    Sept. 18, 1810 - Chile

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    Originally Answered: Is there any country which does not have any independence day ?

    One, in Europe, certainly does not have it. She is Hungary. What could qualify as Independence Day would be 4 June, the anniversary of the Trianon Peace Treaty, signed in 1920. Then Hungary was internationally recognized as an independent state, out of the bond with Austria. It was then, however, that some 2/3 of her territory was awarded to neighboring successor states, with more than 50% of her population, out of which some 3 million of Hungarian ethnicity, some 1.5 million in areas adjacent to the new border. Since then it is day of national mourning. Not surprisingly, successor states all

    David Stewart

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    Here in Australia we don't because sadly we're not really independent. We still cling to some archaic ties to the British Monarchy which some of us are really embarrassed about and we're one of the few nations on earth who have a foreign head of state.

    We do have Australia day which marks the arrival of the First Fleet into Australia. It's sometimes referred to as Invasion Day by the Australian Aboriginal people (and others) who feel there should be some observance of the indigenous population who were already here and suffered at the hands of the early settlers.

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