Liberation Day is celebrated in Albania on November 29.
It was established to celebrate the day, when Albania was liberated from Nazi occupation during World War II on November 29, 1944.
Nazi Germany occupied Albania in 1943.
The guerrilla forces were driven to the hills and to the south of Albania.
Berlin established Albanian government, military and police, declaring, that Germany would recognize independence of the nation only in the case of its neutrality.
The National Liberation Army and the guerrillas liberated Albania from German occupation on November 29, 1944.
The partisans, who liberated Albania, also assisted liberation of southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, and part of Montenegro.