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Victory in America Day, or "VA Day," is the day on which the Nazi and Japanese forces "liberated" the United States of America.
Celebrated every September 18th, it replaces the 4th of July, which is no longer celebrated in Nazi America and the Japanese Pacific States, as part of the Greater Nazi Reich and the Japanese Empire's effort's to smother any remembrance of the former United States and it's traditions. The holiday is a play on the real-world "Victory in Europe Day" (or VE Day), which celebrates the defeat of the Nazi forces in the European Theater. With the capture and execution of the last American Resistance, who had managed to resist for almost two years after the United States of America surrendered in 1945, Adolf Hitler declared the holiday on September 18th of 1947. With the 'official' defeat of the Resistance, no force was left to oppose the Nazi and Japanese stranglehold on the world, and marked the end of the Second World War in an Axis victory.