Background of the Day
There is no solid information about the origin or creation of "Go for Broke day." However, according to history, between 5 and 6 April 1945 during the 2nd Word War, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team attacked Nazi mountainside positions in Italy that resulted in Nazi Gothic Line breaking up in a single day.
Significance of Go for Broke Day
The 442nd Regimental Combat Team of the U.S Army went on to push the Nazi Army back, although they were faced with all sorts of terrible incidents. They put on the line all that they had, and ended up with more than 90% of the soldiers killed and wounded. Despite all this, they ended up triumphant and it is because of this reason that the 442nd Regiment of the U.S Army is considered as the most honoured one.
Go for Broke Day in present time
Although the Go for Broke Day is associated with history of the U.S Army, but it is hardly known to many U.S citizens. It is believed that if you happen to be double-minded or afraid about doing something, then this is the day on which you must try your luck. Most probably, you may end up furnishing the desired result, although unexpected. For further guidance, you are advised to go through Step by Step How to Celebrate Go for Broke Day.