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    • Being born in 1840 I can honestly say this is true
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    • In a way, that’s not actually that far off. In WWII, American and noon soldiers played a game of soccer together because it was Christmas and the American troops started singing Christmas carols and the noon troops joined them. After a while, the to sides met in the middle and they played soccer.
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    • That was Christmas Day during WW1; a cease fire was agreed upon and they played fútball
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    • This was the christmas truce, where both sides in no mans land refused to fight and shared supplies, food, talked about home, and had fun together, they were tired of fighting, but sadly they had to go back to fighting after the truce was over, its honestly heartbreaking
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    • This actually happened during one of the World Wars. It was Christmas Day and both sides decided to play soccer in the middle of “no mans land” and the war ended right then and there. Both sides were singing songs with one another
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    • This actually happened. In the firs Christmas of ww1 they decided there would be no fighting. So som British soldiers climbed out of the trenches and cleaned up a little bit of no man's land to play a game of soccer. The Germans saw this and asked if they could play too. The brits won.
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    • Is this that one time in ww1 where they stopped fighting for a Christmas because everyone thought it would be over quick and no one really cared?
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    • Well also in the middle of ww1, the 2 sides(i think was germany and italy? Pls correct if im wrong) had a soccer match on christmas becuz they didnt wanna fight on christmas. They drank, sang songs and the soccer match was won by the germans(pls correct if wrong) won 4:3. And the day after,war again
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    • Fifa 1914
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    • Honestly. The Christmas truce of 1914 is my favorite moment in all of history
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    • isnt that an image from tge day of peace during ww1
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    • Isn't this from that time they called a truce and ended up just hanging out?
      Ps2_Slim 17 aug
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    • Oh that's a shame. I had a video that was on here awhile back and it was an ad depicting the Christmas day truce, but now I can't find it :(
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    • Honestly true, on the western front, Christmas Day during WWII, the Germans and various groups of the allied powers played soccer only to return to war the next day
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    • Imagine being in those trenches on Christmas Eve and being the brave souls to step out in the open then the next day make it to the others trenches only to see the new friend you made at the end of your gun
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    • Stille nacht.... 🎶
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    • That noon has a THICC right arm
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    • Hahahahhaa. Honestly though. If u ever need a pick me up after a bad day just remember there r ppl who ACTUALLY think video games cause violence. Hahahahha
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    • That's an real thing that happened on Christmas both sides halled war for a little bit
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    • The Christmas truce and things like the BF-109(German fighter) escorting the B-17(American bomber) back to England are really cool to read up on. Just because you’re enemies don’t mean you can’t be human every now and then
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    • Can we please go to war with a sophisticated country again? Afghanistan was dirty, hot and just smelled like goat shit... And none of the Taliban wanted to play with us. I kept telling the local kids that we wanted to play and we were bored. They never came.
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    • Christmas truce ?
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    • "Everything changed when the Nintendo nation attacked..." "That's an Xbox." "Don't talk back."
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    • Fifa 1914
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    • They did this in a Brazilian prison a few weeks ago, although the ball was a head.
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    • I love how this anti video game idea kinda brought the youth of both political party’s together
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    • It was during WWI, the two factions started singing christmas carols to eachother before calling an illegal cease fire for christmas to play football, sing, dance, eat, and just have fun. There were a few on either side, an example being Corporal loser on the German side, that didn't like this
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    • ah, the christmas truce of world war 1, circa 1914
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    • The Christmas Truce. Fantastic story that you'll all love. This is WW1. I know this story well if you want it
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    • For. One. Day.
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    • This picture actually makes me sad. Thanks, Extra Credits.
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    • Ww1 Christmas truce yall
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    • Hate isn't born, it's bred.
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    • Anyone else notice how fuckin swoll those germans are in the back
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    • This was an actual thing that happened tho, not part of the war, but on Christmas the allied and axis sides joined each other on no man's land and played games, Frank together, even traded information of their tactics, and the next day it was a bloody and gruesome war again...
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    • It wasn’t wars it was called un friendly disagreements
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    • MEIN witchER THEY MADE ANITHER GOAL
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    • It’s probably the last time this is possible due to how much war changes from then
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    • The Christmas truce is literally the only heartwarming war story ever to be told
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    • You mean Christmas Truce?
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    • Black ppl must’ve been an unlockable only on harder difficulty
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    • Then the next day you gas some dumb yanks but one of them dives in w a trench sweeper and cranks off 6 shots in 2 seconds, blowing off all your limbs and turning you into a German noon
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    • Was gonna comment something historical relating to this but there's always gotta be one guy to be like ,"Acktuahly..."
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    • Imagine how the self sufficient total badass people from those days would look at our sjw, safe space, cry closet panzy asses
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    • Look at the unit in the back
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    • No the story behind this is actually wholesome. See during a ceasefire the soldiers from the two sides decided to have a game of soccer. During the competition they learned a lot another each other’s life, families and all had good laughs. When the ceasefire ended, the soldiers were reluctant to att
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    • Christmas Armistice from WWI.
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    • World War 2: Germany Strikes Back and wins World Cup!
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    • During one of the wars, it was being fought for so long that it was to be carried threw Christmas. Both sides, stopped firing sent a person from both sides to talk bout joining hands on Christmas morning and celebrating it with each other for 24 hours. Even in the most of battle, GROWN MEN can stop.
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    • During the World War I, both sides of the war, Allies and Axis, came together every Christmas. They agreed to have a celebration and cease fire. During the day, both sides played soccer, ate and drank, and made friends. when the day ended, both sides said their final goodbyes and went back to battle
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    • Well yes but actually no
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    • This... does put a smile on my face
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    • Battle of Schrute Farms
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    • Why did my brain read that as star wars
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    • WW1 was the most pointless war
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    • A little history lesson: This photo was taken on Christmas Day in No Mans Land in 1914. They thought the war would be over but instead it continued forward. Short day, Sad hours.
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    • This was a photo take on Christmas eve both sides took a break from war
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    • Christman truce. Really cool but sad at the same time
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    • Your not wrong
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    • When I was 6 I thought wars were tug of war matches between countries and that's how they were fought
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    • This is technically true.
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    • ........but but ww1 was a gentlemans war amd ww2 was living hell.....and there werent video games back then......
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    • There is a movie of two sides playing soccer/football I think during Christmas Day.
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    • Ok, this is literally true, but I hate it. It was christmas ok, both sides were christian
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    • This is actually technically true. At the end of the war, after they realized they were no longer fighting each other, they decided to just play ball together instead. (I'm no historian, but I think I'm remembering that right :/). I know there was also that 1914 truce thing...
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    • Look at those two absolute lads
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    • Me on my way to fuck your sister
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    • There weren’t any video games in World War 1 so I guess that’s true, unless someone wants to call me a retard for not knowing some obscure fact that they know. @Texas_1776
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    • Look at that unit in the back right
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    • I mean it’s true it’s damn true
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    • Until the fire nation attacked
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    • This got inspired by fifa
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    • Battlefield got it so wrong.
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    • During the civil war, there were some quiet periods along the front lines and during this, truces were sometimes arranged for north-south baseball games to be played.
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    • This account’s other posts need to be burned...
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    • I think it took a few days after for the commanders to get their men to fight again
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    • For those who don’t know this was from a Christmas in World War One where two opposing trenches sung carols and eventually both got out and played soccer together. You’re welcome
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    • That video is really awesome and moving.
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    • Can anybody tell me the history and background behind the picture?
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    • If you gave them technology back then that we have now they’d be just like us 🤷‍♂️
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    • Me dunking a half court shot on isis in 2020
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    • This actually happened the noon and the British has a soccer game on Christmas it was amazing
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    • German Soldier: "Sie spielen dieses Spiel sehr gut, Kamerad!" US Soldier: "I don't know what the fuck you're saying, Kraut... but you're special."
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    • The first fifa
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