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(Historical Terms) a public holiday in Australia, commemorating the landing of the British in 1788: observed on the first Monday after Jan 26
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for briefings and informed them that the invasion day
had finally arrived after a couple of weather-related postponements.
June 7, 1944 Invasion day
The long-awaited news of the invasion of Europe in the west is hailed with exultation throughout the civilised world, mingled with devout thankfulness that under Providence the Allies are able to face a situation with sublime confidence.
THE cast of The Archers are taking over the Library of Birmingham as part of Radio 4's Character Invasion Day
The Doctor Who workshop is one of several open door events around the country for Radio 4's Character Invasion Day
The insurgents are as free today to do as they please as they were on invasion day