The Christmas Truce

On Friday, December 24, 1914, a World War 2 miracle happens.

Germans and British Celebrate Christmas

The Christmas cease-fire, between Germany and Great Britain in World War ll, was also known as the Christmas Truce. On Christmas Eve of 1914, the British soldiers spotted Christmas trees on the Germans' turf. Now, you are all invited to celebrate Christmas with the German and British soldiers of World War ll. It will be at Know Man's Land, and be sure to bring gifts, for there will be a gift exchange among the countries. This will begin at 7:00p.m. There will be Christmas trees lightings on the German turf, then we will all sing Christmas carols.The German and British soldiers want to celebrate Christmas with you and their families. So please come to this event, and show up no earlier than 7:00p.m.

The Christmas Truce

Thursday, Dec. 24th 1914 at 7pm

No Man's Land

Agenda

Time(start-end) Event

7:00p.m. - 12:00a.m. Germans light a row of Christmas trees.

7:30p.m. - 9:00p.m. The Germans and British sing Christmas carols.

9:00p.m. - 10:00p.m. The soldiers mingle and get to know each other better.

10:00p.m. -11:30p.m. The soldiers exchange gifts and souvenirs.

8:00a.m. - 10:00a.m. The Germans and British play futbol( football)

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