During Christmas 1914, the first Christmas of World War I, German and British soldiers fighting in the trenches along the Western Front in France called an unofficial truce for the day. At several points along the front, troops walked unarmed into No Man's Land and greeted their respective combatants. Some even shared a drink or two and a chorus of "Silent Night" with their erstwhile enemies.
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