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?
The Christmas Truce
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