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November 17 in Germany is a national day of mourning for everyone who has died in war or as a result of tyranny. The “national day of the dead” is respected across Germany as a stiller tag — a day of quiet where it’s not okay to play loud music and where, in some parts of the country, certain activities like dancing are not allowed. It is similar to Armistice Day in the UK.

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