After reposting about the amazing Christmas 'Truce' of 1914, during WW1, I now find pictures and illustrations of the historical event! They were in my favourite "fake news" site, but there also pics in the wikipedia page.
An artist’s impression from The Illustrated London News of 9 January 1915: “British and German Soldiers Arm-in-Arm Exchanging Headgear: A Christmas Truce between Opposing Trenches.” Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
British and German troops meeting in no man's land during the unofficial truce (British troops from the Northumberland Hussars, 7th Division, Bridoux-Rouge Banc Sector)
WWI. German troops holding the first-line trench on the river bank. Possibly during the Aisne Offensive, on May 27-June 4th, as part of 1918 German drive when they came within 56 kilometers of Paris. Image Credit: Shutterstock.
Have Americans forgotten about World War One? This is just one question I hope to address in an upcoming post or two on WW1.
Also, will NASA ever succeed in its efforts to find extraterrestrials who look like Dennis Quaid or James Carville?