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Evacuation Day is any of several holidays that celebrate the departure of an occupying army.
- Evacuation Day (Massachusetts), anniversary of departure of British army on March 17, 1776; celebrated in Greater Boston since 1901.
- Evacuation Day (New York), anniversary of departure of British army on November 25, 1783; celebrated annually until World War I
- Evacuation Day (Syria), anniversary of departure of French army on April 17, 1946.
- British Evacuation Day, Libyan anniversary of the final departure of British forces on 28 March, 1970.
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