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  1. The soldiers’ Christmas truce — A bas la guerre! Nie wieder Kreig!
    Das walte Gott! Peace on Earth!

    Review by Phil Shannon
    Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce
    By Stanley Weintraub
    The Free Press, 2001
    206 pages
    It was the war that was supposed “to be over by Christmas”. It very
    nearly was. A spontaneous soldiers’ truce broke out along the Western
    Front on Christmas Eve 1914, four months after the start of hostilities.

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