History of Memorial day and canvas prints to honor the soldiers.
On the last Monday in May, Memorial Day is observed. It was formerly known as Decoration Day, and it honors both men and women who have served while serving in the United States military. On Memorial Day, many people visit cemeteries and memorials, and it is generally regarded as the start of the summer season.
This year, Memorial Day on Monday, May 31.
However, the birthplace was officially declared in 1966, Congress and President Lyndon Johnson declared Waterloo, NY, the "birthplace" of Memorial Day.
In the late 19th century, Memorial Day ceremonies were held on May 30 nationwide. The state legislatures adopted statements designating the date, and the Army and Navy passed the regulations for proper compliance at their facilities.
However, it was not until after World War I that this day was extended to honor those who died in all the American wars. In 1971, Memorial Day was declared a national holiday by Congress, although it is still commonly known as Decorative Day. Then it is also booked on the last Monday of May.
In December 2000, the United States Congress passed and the president signed “The National Moment of Remembrance Act,” P.L. 106-579, establishing the White House Commission on the National Moment of Remembrance, to ensure that the contributions of America's fallen heroes are never forgotten. The commission's goal is to "encourage the people of the United States to give something back to the country that has given them so much independence and prosperity" by promoting and organizing Memorial Day and National Moment of Remembrance commemorations around the country.
When they do not return to us, we find ways to honor them. Honoring those we have lost is an important part of grief. Whether you're trying to do this on Veterans' Day, Memorial Day, or just in your everyday life, there are many ways to honor a fallen soldier. Although they no longer exist in this world, they forever live if you always remember, remember what they have devoted to this country. Not only families and relatives of soldiers who fell on the battlefield, each of us should be grateful for their great sacrifice for the peaceful independence of our nation.
These Memories shall be kept perfectly with our canvas!
For families with relatives left in the war that year, Memorial Day canvas prints with the most meaningful quotes not only adorn the house but will become a good idea to pay tribute to them on Memorial Day. It shows that you are always grateful and remember them from the bottom of your heart.
Not just soldiers, commemorating those who made a mark in your life.
Regardless of the present, you can no longer see and feel them, but the memories that person brings will always be the beautiful moments that you keep in your heart. Cherish and remember them so they will always accompany you throughout life.
Canvas print with rich themes, diverse color styles as well as images. The lyrics, poems associated with unforgettable times, images of the person as well as their names will always be remembered. Memorial canvas prints remain the deceased as an indispensable part of your home, witnessing and sharing all your true feelings of happiness and sadness as if they were alive.