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History in Bricks : The Christmas Truce
Published 3 months ago
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British Commonwealth and German Heer soldiers conversing and enjoying to one day of peace during the Christmas Truce of 1914.

The Christmas Truce was a ceasefire held on Christmas Day during 1914, several sides ceased their fighting and got out of the trenches to meet in No Man's Land not as enemies, but as friends. France, Russia, Germany, Britain and Austria-Hungary each participated. The fighting resumed the next day due to pressure from High Commands.
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3 months ago
Wow. One of the greatest moments in WWII. Great job recreating!
3 months ago
I love these!
Y'know what'd be cool?
A couple (a squad) of B-27s dropping 82nd (or 101st) airborne units over Normandy before Operation Overlord. If you could do it, that'd be awesome! (I have a passion for the 82nd airborne, boo 101st)
3 months ago
Two things, stop asking me for a Normandy Moc, ill get there when i get there. And second, no, 101st is best. They protecc the Little Rock 9 during the civil rights movement.
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