We Salute Our Veterans!

Just over a hundred years ago, when “the war to end all wars” itself ended, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11, 1919, as Armistice Day, a day to honor those who bravely and valiantly fought in World War I. Then in 1954, after more wars, including a second world war, President Dwight D. Eisenhower made Veterans Day the annual celebration we know it as today: a time to honor all US veterans, regardless of when they served and sacrificed for our country. 

So many veterans have trusted Outskirts Press to help them tell their stories to the world. So, as we do every November 11, this year, we once again THANK YOU—not only for your great love of country but also for that deep honor you have given us!

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