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Independence Day 2021 Bahrain, North Korea, South Korea, The Republic Of Congo And Liechtenstein Celebrate Freedome – Independence Day: Not only India alone, these 5 countries also celebrate independence on 15 August

Independence Day 2021 Bahrain, North Korea, South Korea, The Republic Of Congo And Liechtenstein Celebrate Freedome – Independence Day: Not only India alone, these 5 countries also celebrate independence on 15 August

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Independence Day: Not only India alone, these 5 countries also celebrate independence on 15th August

Independence Day: Not only India alone, these 5 countries also celebrate independence on 15th August

New Delhi:

Independence Day 2021: India is all set to celebrate 75th Independence Day on August 15, 2021. In 1947, on 15 August, India became independent from the slavery of the British. To achieve this freedom, so many youth, women, children and elders of our country had sacrificed their lives.

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August 15 is the most important day for every Indian, but let us tell you, on August 15, India is not the only country that celebrates Independence Day, but apart from India, there are five other countries that are doing this. Celebrate the day as our Independence Day. Let’s know about it.

These are countries. 1) Bahrain, 2) North Korea 3) South Korea, 4) Republic of Congo and 5) Liechtenstein

1- Bahrain

Bahrain gained independence from British rule on August 15, 1971. Since then, Bahrain has been celebrating Independence Day every year on 15 August.

2- The Democratic Republic of the Congo

Congo was separated from France on 15 August 1960. Independence was achieved for 80 years after coming under the rule of France. Since then Independence Day is celebrated every year on 15th August.

3- North Korea and South Korea

North Korea and South Korea (both countries) got independence from Japan on 15 August 1947. In which it is celebrated as ‘Victory Over Japan’. Every year, August 15 is celebrated as a holiday in both countries to commemorate the day when US and Soviet forces ended the decades-long Japanese occupation of Korea.

4 Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein, one of the smallest countries in the world, gained independence from German rule in 1866 and has been celebrating 15 August as its national day since 1940. On 5 August 1940, the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein officially declared 15 August as the country’s national holiday.

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