World War I Truce: Newly-Discovered Letters Reveal Many British Troops Wanted To Shoot Germans Not To Play Football
Instead, the Scottish Seaforth Highlanders threatened to shoot Germans who tried to “fraternize”. The First World War truce saw more than 100,000 British and German soldiers lower their weapons and leave trenches to exchange gifts.
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