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This entry was posted on December 24, 2013 at 5:19 pm and filed under Christmas,GOSSIP!,Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.
Tags: A German messenger walked across no man's land on Christmas Eve to broker the temporary ceasefire, A letter from Staff Sergeant Clement Baker describes the famous truce, Christmas 1914 - when the British and German troops famously emerged from their trenches in peace, His nephew Rodney Barker found the letter when he was going through some old documents following his mother's death, Letter details how German messenger brokered truce on Christmas Eve, Poignant letter recounting famous 1914 Christmas Day truce - James Rush - DailyMail.co.uk, Sgt Barker said the impromptu football match soon broke out between the two sides when a ball was kicked out, Sgt Clement Barker sent the letter four days after Christmas 1914, The legendary football match of the Christmas Day truce during the First World War, The unofficial truce took place on December 24 1914 - in the trenches around Ypres
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