The Christmas Truce

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On December 24, 1914, soldiers in the trenches of the Great War put down their guns and celebrated Christmas together. Despite their differences, these men shared common beliefs and a common heritage. More than a century later, the heirs of Christendom find themselves lost and scattered. What lessons might the Christmas Truce have for our future?

Brian Almon is a writer and entrepreneur. In addition to Men of the West, you can find his work at The Decline and Fall of the United States of America and The National Pulse.

Brian lives with his wife and children in Idaho.

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