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ah yeah... you american have thanksgiving in november. we germans have... nothing in november : (
I think most people celebrate it, or I just don´t know that : D there are sure some people who celebrate that.What about Allerheiligen on November 1. and Allerseelen on November 2.
A large number of Germans migrated to Australia over a century ago and set up a community in The Barossa Valley, now famous for it's wines, and for German bakeries. They wanted to keep some of their traditional holidays but the time of year was wrong.