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The May 1 Holiday, its history and traditions

The history of this Grand celebration on 1 May, which was called the Day of solidarity of workers, dates back to July 1889. Currently the name of the holiday, labor Day and spring.

The history of the holiday on may 1

At a time when the international Congress II took, as they say, the fateful decision of whether to annually celebrate may 1, the entire international proletariat. According to the participants of the Congress, this day should be dedicated to the memory of the heroic struggle of ordinary American workers in Chicago against the exploiters and capitalists.

For the first time the Communists celebrated on May 1 in an even year 1890 in the Polish capital Warsaw. In the Soviet Union, may day, was actually a traditional public holiday, which is loved not only for his solidarity with the working people all over the world, but for the fact that all the may holidays, including the Day of Victory, the workers were given a great opportunity to remember all the labor traditions. Also, people reminisced about the past war.

The may 1 holiday celebration traditions

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