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German soldiers of the 134th Saxon Regiment and British soldiers of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment meet in no man's land, December 26

A cross, left in Saint-Yves (Saint-Yvon - Ploegsteert; Comines-Warneton in Belgium) in 1999, to commemorate the site of the Christmas Truce. The text reads: "1914 – The Khaki Chum's Christmas Truce – 1999 – 85 Years – Lest We Forget"

See These Rare Photos Of World War I And They Will Stay With You For A Long Time

The Sainsbury's Christmas Ad Is Absolutely Gut-Wrenching

Christmas is for sharing: Inspired by real events from 100 years ago, it commemorates the extraordinary events of Christmas Day, when the guns fell silent and two armies met in no-man’s land, sharing gifts – and even playing football together.

A British soldier catches up on some sleep in a front line trench at Thiepval in September 1916

A British soldier catches up on some sleep in a front line trench at Thiepval in…