Story of how the Christmas Truce ended the Great War before it became so great.
It's the feel-good stuff of legends. At Christmas, 1914, during the first winter of World War I, soldiers along several different stretches of the front in Europe established an impromptu truce with their enemies to observe the Christmas holiday.
What if that truce had held past Christmas Day 1914? What if brave soldiers and officers from both the Allied and Central Powers refused to pick up arms again? This story tries to answer that question.
I hope you enjoy the story. The most recent update, released in January 2016, picks up thirty years after the events of the initial story, and is written in first-person point of view, showing a British family traveling to Strassburg to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Christmas Miracle of 1914. How has the world without the four plus years of bloody war from 1914-1918 turned out?
January 19th, 2016