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The Christmas Truce of the Great War

The first Christmas of the Great War — later called World War I — was marked by a number of spontaneous, unplanned yet nearly identical events in the northern reaches of the Western Front: unarmed soldiers from both sides left their trenches and exchanged gifts and pleasantries with their sworn enemies. A Christmas story.
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