Austrian National Day History
Austrian National Day celebrates the birth of the Austrian nation as an independent and sovereign state. The day also represents the passing of the constitutional law on permanent neutrality in order to avoid future conflicts that led to the Allied occupation of Austria. Following the end of World War II, Austria was occupied by the winning Allied Forces and the nation was partitioned into four zones. Finally, in 1955, the Austrian State Treaty was signed and Austria was on the path to its independence.
Austrian National Day is celebrated annually on 26 October, a day which marks the first day without foreign troops on Austrian soil.
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