"British and German Soldiers Arm-in-Arm Exchanging Headgear: A Christmas Truce between Opposing Trenches," taken from from the Illustrated London News of January 1915
The story of a Yuletide football match between British and German troops on the frontlines of battle is so good, it's still being told, embellished and re-lived 100 years later
Christmas Truce WWI/In this image provided by the Imperial War Museum, World War I German and British soldiers stand tog.
WWI British and German soldiers exchange cigarettes, gifts, and addresses during Christmas Truce, 1914 This isn't world war 2 but it's a great picture regardless.
The spontaneous 1914 Christmas truce during WWI remains an incredible and fascinating story
Sir Walter's remarkable letter revealing his reluctance to to fraternise with German soldiers during the Christmas Day truce in 1914
This touching commercial by UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s dramatizes the Christmas truce, an unofficial ceasefire that occurred at Christmastime in 1914 during World War I. The truce was i…
Staff Sergeant Clement Barker wrote the note to his brother four days after the game in saying a German messenger crossed No Man’s Land on Christmas Eve to arrange the ceasefire
World War I Christmas Truce of 1914: What Really Happened