Proclamation Day 2022 Australia: Every year, Australians from all around the world celebrate Proclamation Day. This day marks a major milestone in the history of Australia, as it is the day when Captain Arthur Phillip declared British sovereignty over the Australian continent. This year on December 28th, Australians will be taking part in various activities to mark this day and to commemorate this significant event. From special events and services to educational activities and more, here is what you need to know about Proclamation Day and why it is so important for Australians everywhere.
What is Proclamation Day?
Proclamation Day, also known as Foundation Day, is celebrated in Australia on 28 December. It commemorates the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip raised the British flag at Sydney Cove and proclaimed British sovereignty over the eastern seaboard of Australia.
In some states and territories, Proclamation Day is a public holiday. In others, it is a day of remembrance or celebration.
Proclamation Day is an important date in Australian history. It marks the beginning of British colonisation of Australia and the creation of the city of Sydney.
Why is Proclamation Day celebrated?
Proclamation Day, also known as Boxing Day in some Commonwealth countries, is a public holiday usually celebrated on December 28. It commemorates the proclamation of Queen Victoria as Empress of India by the Governor-General of India, Lord Canning, on December 28, 1858.
Victoria was proclaimed empress after the death of her husband, Prince Albert. She was the last British monarch to hold the title of empress. The title was abolished with the enactment of the Government of India Act in 1858.
Proclamation Day was first celebrated in Bombay (now Mumbai) on December 28, 1858. The day became a public holiday in all of British India in 1859. It continued to be observed after Indian independence in 1947. It is now a state holiday in some Indian states.
In Australia, Proclamation Day is a public holiday in the state of Queensland and is also known as Boxing Day.
What happened on Proclamation Day?
Proclamation Day, also known as National Day, is the day on which the Republic of Turkey was officially founded. The date was chosen to coincide with the anniversary of the proclamation of the Turkish Republic by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk on 29 October 1923.
How is Proclamation Day celebrated today?
In 1916, the people of Ireland rebelled against British rule. The rebellion was crushed and its leaders executed, but the Irish people refused to give up. In 1918, they elected representatives to a new parliament in Dublin and declared their independence.
Today, Proclamation Day is celebrated as a national holiday in Ireland. It is a time to remember the sacrifices of those who fought for independence and to celebrate the country’s achievements since then.
Proclamation Day is a special time for all Australians, as it marks the day when Australia became a nation. It’s an opportunity to reflect on our history and celebrate our diversity as well as look forward to a bright future. We can be proud of our country and its many accomplishments over the years, and Proclamation Day serves as an important reminder of this. Let us commemorate this special occasion with pride and joy!
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