GENERAL PULASKI MEMORIAL DAY
In honor of General Kazimierz Pulaski (spelled Casimir Pulaski in English), a Polish hero of the American Revolution, October 11 is set aside as General Pulaski Memorial Day, a United States observation. This observance is held each year by Presidential Proclamation to commemorate his death from wounds suffered at the Siege of Savannah on October 9, 1779, and to honor the heritage of Polish Americans.
HOW TO OBSERVE
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The observance was established in 1929 when Congress passed a resolution designating October 11 as General Pulaski Memorial Day. (Public Resolution 16 of 1929)
A Presidential Proclamation has been issued each year since (except 1930).