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On Christmas Eve during world War I, the Germans, French, and Scottish fraternize and get to know the men who live on the opposite side of a brutal war, in what became a true lesson of humanity.
Originally posted by TheBirdisDone
I have Civil War letters in my possession in which my long lost relative writes of this same thing happening during his time in that War. He personally partook in this and writes of his disbelief they would be shooting again at each other just hours later. His letters are so compassionate and moving, such a treasure.
Originally posted by HomerinNC
reply to post by Wolfenz
Wolf, Thank you for the brief part of that film, I JUST added it to my netflix, after watching the one part, i want to see more
I agree with everyone else, the Soldier, the fighting man, does NOT want to fight. We are trained to do so, but noone in their right mind wants to kill others, and I think this time of the year, we want to do it less, we want to be with our families as those soldiers in the trenches of WWI wanted.
I dont care what anyone says, I do believe in divine intervention, and I think thats what took place there in 1914. Had those soldiers been able, I think they would have ALL walked off the battlefield and gave a one big middle finger to TPTW, and told them to fight their own battles, whixch is what we should do now. 2 world leaders have issues with one another, put em in a WWE ring, one fall, one round. Thats it.
Peace to all