WORLD WAR I
CHRISTMAS TRUCE
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"The Christmas Truce 1914 was possibly one of the First World War's most unusual and celebrated incidents: the meeting of enemies as friends amid a landscape being transformed by fighting and carnage. Thousands of men were involved in the Truce and, for many, it would have an indelible impact on their lives. Today, more than 100 years after it occurred, the event is seen by many as a shining episode of sanity in a war permeated by madness and prosecuted by murderous blunderers." - Historical Eye



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The Christmas Truce of 1914:
Fact and Fiction
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The Football
Match
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British Soldier Recalls
Christmas Day Truce
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Christmas Truce Incidents
And Accounts
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Topics In Chronicling America:
Christmas Truce
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Demystifying The
Christmas Truce

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