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National Geographic May

(E?)(L?) http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2005/05/table-of-contents


(E?)(L?) http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2006/05/table-of-contents


(E?)(L?) http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2007/05/table-of-contents


(E?)(L?) http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/05/table-of-contents


YYYY-05-01

YYYY-05-01
National Library Legislative Day

(E?)(L?) http://www.ala.org/ala/washoff/washevents/nlld/nationallibrary.htm

The year 2006 marks the 32nd National Library Legislative Day!


YYYY-05-01
Frequent Flyer Day

(E?)(L?) http://allisoops.blogspot.com/2008/05/may-i-never.html

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So what about May 1st?: "World Asthma Day", "Executive Coaching Day", "Frequent Flyer Day", "Law Day", "Lei Day", "Library Legislative Day", "Loyalty Day", "Martin Z. Mollusk Day", "May Day", "Mother Goose Day", "National Day of Prayer", "National Day of Reason", "New Homeowner's Day", "School Principals' Day", "Save the Rhino Day", "Worthy Wage Day", and "Stepmother's Day"?
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Of all the months, May is recognized as the month for (on last count) 63 different causes, ideas, issues, and celebrations. ... it's "Hamburger Month", "BBQ Month", "Salad Month", "Salsa Month", "Sweet Vidalia Onion Month", "Vinegar Month" and "Egg Month".
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"Food Drive for Homeless Animals Month", ... "Physical Fitness and Bike Month"
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"ALS Awareness Month", "Asian Pacific American Heritage Month", "Awareness of Medical Orphans Month", "Better Hearing & Speech Month", "Borderline Personality Disorder Month", "Brain Tumor Awareness Month", "Creative Beginnings Month", "Family Wellness Month", "Fibromyalgia Education and Awareness Month", "Freedom Shrine Month", "Get Caught Reading Month", "Gifts From The Garden Month", "Go Fetch! Food Drive for Homeless Animals Month", "Haitian Heritage Month", "Heal the Children Month", "Healthy Vision Month", "Huntington's Disease Awareness Month", "International Audit Month", "International Business Image Improvement Month", "International Victorious Woman Month", "Jewish-American Heritage Month", "Latino Books Month", "Motorcycle Safety Month", "National Allergy/Asthma Awareness Month", "National Arthritis Month", "National Barbeque Month", "National Bike Month", "National Correct Posture Month", "National Egg Month", "National Foster Care Month", "National Good Car Keeping Month", "National Hamburger Month", "National Hepatitis Awareness Month", "(World) Lyme Disease Awareness Month", "National Meditation Month", "National Mental Health Month", "National Military Appreciation Month", "National Moving Month", "National Neurofibromatosis Awareness Month", "National Older Americans Month", "National Osteoporosis Prevention Month", "National Photo Month", "National Physical Fitness & Sports Month", "National Preservation Month", "National Salad Month", "National Salsa Month", "National Smile Month", "National Stroke Awareness Month", "National Revise Your Work Schedule Month", "National Vinegar Month", "Navajo Code Talkers Month", "Personal History Month", "Prepare to Buy A Home Month", "React Month", "Strike Out Strokes Month", "Sweet Vidalia Onions Month", "Teen Self-Esteem Month", "Tennis Month", "Tay-Sachs and Canavan Diseases Month", "Ultra-violet Awareness Month", "Women's Health Care Month", "Young Achiever's Month", "National Family Month"


YYYY-05-01
May Day

(E6)(L?) http://www.holidays.net/dates.htm


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YYYY-05-05

YYYY-05-05
Slow Down Day



YYYY-05-05
National Teacher's Day

(E6)(L?) http://www.holidays.net/dates.htm


YYYY-05-06

1991-05-06
National Nurses Week

(E?)(L?) http://pressroom.hallmark.com/nurses_day.html

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In 1991, the celebration was expanded to National Nurses Week (May 6-12) to accommodate the varied schedules of America's nurses.
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YYYY-05-06
No Homework Day (USA)

Lehrer sollen heute den überarbeiteten Schülern etwas Gutes tun und keine Hausaufgaben aufgeben

1953-05-06
National Nurses Day

(E?)(L?) http://pressroom.hallmark.com/nurses_day.html

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In 1953 an official with the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare proposed that then-President Eisenhower proclaim a "Nurses Day," although he did not sign it.
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In 1982, a joint congressional resolution designated May 6 as National Recognition Day for Nurses.
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  • YYYY-05-07

    YYYY-05-08

    YYYY-05-08
    No Socks Day

    (E?)(L?) http://www.wellcat.com/
    Die Initiatoren sagen: Heute ohne Socken aus dem Haus. Begründung: Das spart Wäsche und führt zu weniger Umweltbelastung...

    YYYY-05-09

    YYYY-05-10

    YYYY-05-11

    YYYY-05-11
    Eat What You Want Day



    YYYY-05-12

    YYYY-05-12
    National Etiquette Week



    YYYY-05-12
    Limerick Tag



    YYYY-05-13

    YYYY-05-14

    YYYY-05-14
    Beer Lovers Day



    YYYY-05-15

    1940-05-15
    Nylon Stockings Day, N-Day

    (E?)(L?) http://www.brownielocks.com/may.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.history.com/exhibits/modern/nylon.html

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    On May 15, 1940, Du Pont declared "N-Day" - for the first time, all across America, nylon stockings would go on sale. Women lined up for blocks and Du Pont sold 5 million pair in that single day.
    ...


    (E?)(L?) http://www.stockingirl.com/


    (E?)(L?) http://www.targetwoman.com/articles/nylon-stockings.html

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    Nylon stockings have come a long way from the time there were first introduced in the 1940s by Du Pont Corporation.
    ...


    (E?)(L?) http://www.vintageconnection.net/NylonStockings.htm

    The Truth About Nylon Stockings
    By W.E. Coughlin, PH.D, Director at Good Housekeeping Textile Laboratory
    & Michael Drury
    Good Housekeeping, September 1950

    People say “They’re not so good since the war,” and “Of course they’re being manufactured cheaper to make us buy more,” and “They used to wear like iron and now they fall apart in six wearings.” So Good Housekeeping decided to investigate.
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    YYYY-05-16

    YYYY-05-16
    Red Letter Day



    YYYY-05-17

    YYYY-05-18

    YYYY-05-18
    National Effectiveness Week



    YYYY-05-18
    Visit Your Relatives Day (US)



    YYYY-05-18
    Youth Against Violence Day (US)



    YYYY-05-19

    YYYY-05-19
    May Ray Day (USA)

    Damit soll in den USA der Beginn der - in der Regel - wärmeren und sonnigeren Tage gefeiert werden.

    YYYY-05-20

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    YYYY-05-23
    National Turtle Day



    YYYY-05-23
    Declaration of the Báb (Baha'i holiday)

    (E6)(L?) http://www.holidays.net/dates.htm


    YYYY-05-24

    YYYY-05-25

    1983-05-25
    Tag der vermissten Kinder


    Der Tag der vermissten Kinder wird seit 1983 am 25. Mai begangen. US-Präsident Ronald Reagan wählte den Tag zum Gedenken an den sechsjährigen Etan Patz, der am 25. Mai 1979 auf dem Weg zur Schule für immer verschwunden ist.

    2002 wurde der Gedenktag in Europa eingeführt. Seit 2003 wird er in Deutschland von der Elterninitiative vermisste Kinder ausgerichtet, zurzeit gemeinsam mit dem Weißen Ring.


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    YYYY-05-28
    Great American Grump Out Day (USA)
    Großer Mecker-Tag



    YYYY-05-29

    YYYY-05-29
    Ascension of Baha'u'llah (Baha'i holiday)

    (E6)(L?) http://www.holidays.net/dates.htm


    YYYY-05-30

    YYYY-05-30
    Hug Your Cat Day (USA)
    "Knuddel Deine Katze Tag"



    1868-05-30
    Memorial Day

    (E?)(L?) http://www.ehow.com/how_16263_observe-memorial-day.html

    ...
    The first national celebration of Decoration Day took place on May 30, 1868, at Arlington National Cemetery. After speeches by dignitaries, some 5,000 people, including Civil War veterans and children from the Soldiers and Sailors Orphan Home, walked through the cemetery reciting prayers, singing hymns and strewing flowers on the more than 20,000 graves of Union and Confederate soldiers.
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    In 1971, a Joint Resolution of Congress designated the last Monday in May as Memorial Day and broadened its scope to include all military personnel who have died in service to the nation. This year, Memorial Day falls on May 29.


    YYYY-05-31

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    1914-05-DD
    Muttertag

    Der Muttertag ist in den USA seit 1914 offizieller Festtag. Er wurde im Jahr 1907 von A. Jarvis propagiert und findet jeweils am 2. Maisonntag zu Ehren der Mutter statt.

    Nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg wurde er auch in Deutschland als Feiertag übernommen.

    Erstellt: 2011-05