Most countries celebrate their Independence Day, but America might be the most famous country in the world that celebrates their Day of Independence. Americans celebrate their independence every July 4 as this is is an essential day for them. On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed after representatives of North America colonies wanted to get off from the British Kingdom.
Today’s American value their forefathers’ deeds in claiming the freedom they are experiencing right now; thus, they always celebrate July 4 with festivities. Since this is a public holiday, most Americans celebrate this day with their families over food and fireworks at night. Many also would start and join a parade to show off their pride as Americans.
On the Fourth of July every year, American celebrates their Independence from the British rule. Before July 4, 1776, the 13 colonies of the United States were controlled by the King and Parliament of the Great Britain. The 13 colonies later went to war with Great Britain.
The fourth of July marks the day the 13 colonies of the United States gained their freedom to be independent states from the Great Britain. Americans celebrate this day to mark their freedom the Britain Empire. It also marks the day the United States was created and recognized as an independent nation.