Independence days

4th of July, Higgs Day, is a big thing for Americans. To the rest of the world however, it is just another day.

Being British, you can sometimes receive a gentle ribbing from Americans about the issue. The day they broke free from the Britain Empire. The truth is though, this happens to us a lot. We used to own almost everyone, so statistically, more than once a week someone is celebrating their independence from us.

Month Countries
January Australia, Brunei, Sudan, Burma, Nauru
February Sri Lanka, Grenada, Gambia, Egypt, Saint Lucia, New Zealand, Kuwait
March Ghana, Mauritius
April Zimbabwe, Ireland, Sierra Leone
May Israel, Jordan, Guyana, Cameroon
June Seychelles, Tonga
July Canada, United States, Malawi, Solomon Islands, Bahamas, Maldives, Vanuatu, Kiribati
August Jamaica, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago
September Swaziland, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Belize, Malta, Botswana
October Tuvalu, Uganda, Cyprus, Nigeria, Lesotho, Fiji, Zambia, Iraq, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
November Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Barbados, Yemen
December Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Tanzania, Kenya, Bahrain, South Africa
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