Christmas truce remembered

Christmas truce remembered

The statue Christmas truce, on display in Liverpool at Saint Lukes church (bombed out in 1941 blitz) superimposed upon the ww1 military graveyard at St Sever , France. At christmas 1914, the troops left their trenches and for a few hours, mixed with the enemy , swapped gifts and food. They even played a game of football.

Rob Lester

Image size: 4496 x 3000, 9.32Mb | Camera details: Canon EOS 500D | Date uploaded: 02/08/2018

Rob Lester |  Christmas truce remembered
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