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Poland's National Constitution Day

May 3 was first declared a holiday (May-3rd-Constitution Day) on May 5, 1791.[46] Banned during the partitions of Poland (though still then occasionally celebrated),[47] it was celebrated in the Duchy of Warsaw.[46] It was again made an official Polish holiday in April 1919 under the Second Polish Republic—the first holiday officially introduced in the Second Polish Republic.[44] The May 3 holiday was banned once more during World War II by the Nazi and Soviet occupiers.
 
 
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