World War I Enemies Played Football During A Christmas Truce–Except Maybe They Didn't

By Andrew Hamilton

Over the Christmas period in 1914, fraternization took place in No Man's Land between British and German soldiers at St. Yvon in Belgium. Memorials in the Belgian villages of St. Yvon and Messines commemorate a football game played between the British and the Ge

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