same as today
By Christmas 1914, but it was not to be.
Same as today with food and presents
Vacationing was largely discouraged during the war to save resources for the war effort.
Yes, World War 1 did stop on Christmas day and both sides of the war went and shook hands. FOR REAL !!!
On the Christmas of 1914.
how did christmas get celebrated i ww2
they ate everything we ate today even a TURKEY
Because it was christmas. Everyone loves christmas! :D
People during world war 2 ate chicken (if they were lucky) some times creamed sauce , bacon's and they made cakes out of all there rations. people used to save up for Christmas dinner ,breakfast and lunch they had an late breakfast and an early dinner.
cuz dey felt like it FaM
When the First World War broke out, many believed it would be over by Christmas, and would be a "great adventure", an opportunity to see some of the world.
Because the people in the opposite trenches were not at war with each other. They agreed to turn off the artilley guns to spend on day away from the fighting. And it is important to note that there was only one Christmas Truce and it was on the Christmas that the war was supposed to have been over by when it began in August.
There used to be Christmas "Cease-Fires" during the Vietnam War.
did they hav christmas trees during ww2
Becaue they didnt want people to die on Christmas when families where happy.
The Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree has been presented to the people of Britain from the people of Norway since 1947 as a token of thanks for help received during World War II.