- Unknown photographer, Rusty Gizmo enjoying some company, 1944. Special Collections and Archives, Trexler Library, Muhlenberg College
- C.C. Beall, 7th War Bond “Now… All Together,” 1945. Bucknell University: World War II Posters
Armistice Day became Veterans Day in the United States in 1954. While the holiday is also known as Remembrance Day in other countries and celebrates the end of World War I, the name change in the United States reflects its emphasis on honoring military veterans.
The two objectives were mentioned in a speech on the first Armistice Day, November 11, 1919, by President Woodrow Wilson: