The Christmas Truce

Drake Follmer

Christmas Day 1914

The Christmas Truce

The Christmas Truce was on Christmas day, 1914. The men at war went to no mans land and started to celebrate Christmas.
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Why it happened and why it did not happen again

On Christmas morning they sang songs back and forth. Then the Germans got out and walked in no mans land. Later the allies got out and joined them. At the next Christmas it did not happen because the Germans started to become more enemies with the allies than the start of the war.

What they did

During the truce they played soccer and gave presents of cigarettes and pudding.
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Important people on the front lines

Adolf Hitler was at the Christmas Truce. He did not approve of the Christmas Truce because he did not think that celebrating with the enemy was the right thing to do.