On December 25th, 1914, along the Western Front, British and German soldiers stopped fighting and instead celebrated Christmas Day together.
They sang Christmas carols, exchanged gifts and played football together on No Man's Land. Join us as we discover more about the events of that day and draw our own Christmas Truce pictures inspired by this historic event.
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