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Forside Julefreden 1914 / The Christmas truce A depiction of the 1914 Christmas truce published on the front page of the Illustrated London News on 9 January 1915. The original caption was "The light of Peace in the trenches on Christmas Eve: A German soldier opens the spontaneous truce by approaching the British lines with a small Christmas tree." Date: 9 January 1915. Author: Frederic Villiers (1851–1922), British war artist and war correspondent. Public Domain.

A depiction of the 1914 Christmas truce published on the front page of the Illustrated London News on 9 January 1915. The original caption was “The light of Peace in the trenches on Christmas Eve: A German soldier opens the spontaneous truce by approaching the British lines with a small Christmas tree.” Date: 9 January 1915. Author: Frederic Villiers (1851–1922), British war artist and war correspondent. Public Domain.

British troops from the Northumberland Hussars, 7th Division, Bridoux-Rouge Banc Sector and German soldiers and medical personnelmeeting in No-Mans's Land during the Christmas truce, 25th December 1914. Colorized photo: Cassowary Colorizations. (CC BY 2.0)

A depiction of the 1914 Christmas truce published on the front page of the Illustrated London News on 9 January 1915. The original caption was “The light of Peace in the trenches on Christmas Eve: A German soldier opens the spontaneous truce by approaching the British lines with a small Christmas tree.” Date: 9 January 1915. Author: Frederic Villiers (1851–1922), British war artist and war correspondent. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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