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Forside Julefreden 1914 / The Christmas truce Der Weihnachtsfriede von 1914. "British and German soldiers fraternising at Ploegsteert, Belgium, on Christmas Day 1914, Front of 11th Brigade, 4th Division. Possibly Riflemen Andrew (middle) and Grigg (second from the right, background) of the London Rifle Brigade with troops of the 104th and 106th Saxon Regiments.." Photo: Robin's Sackhaare. Public Domain.

Der Weihnachtsfriede von 1914. “British and German soldiers fraternising at Ploegsteert, Belgium, on Christmas Day 1914, Front of 11th Brigade, 4th Division. Possibly Riflemen Andrew (middle) and Grigg (second from the right, background) of the London Rifle Brigade with troops of the 104th and 106th Saxon Regiments..” Photo: Robin’s Sackhaare. 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)

Der Weihnachtsfriede von 1914. “British and German soldiers fraternising at Ploegsteert, Belgium, on Christmas Day 1914, Front of 11th Brigade, 4th Division. Possibly Riflemen Andrew (middle) and Grigg (second from the right, background) of the London Rifle Brigade with troops of the 104th and 106th Saxon Regiments..” Photo: Robin’s Sackhaare. Public Domain. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

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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.

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