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Poland has the different history. In Poland state holiday or Labor day is May 1st . After that they have another holiday is May 3rd celebrated as a Constitution Day. In 1882 Central Labor union of New York is originated the Labor day. In New York City holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882. The act indicates the Power of Labor. It is the Labor union great movement for their lives. Most countries celebrated Labor Day on May 1st, it called as May Day and International Workers' Day. The act comes for 8hr day movement, that means eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest. Poland also has Celebrated labouredly at May 1st.Most of the some Countries celebrated labor day on the first Monday of September Month. It is the Revolution of the labor. It has become Internationalized. Labor Day differs in from other holidays of the year in any country. It is the Revolution of the Labor. Now Poland is union of European.
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