The Christmas Mutiny, Part 2
by John Burt
This much we know: In December of 1914, soldiers along the battlefront laid down their arms and observed a Christmastime truce. They buried their dead, sang and drank together, roasted pigs and rabbits they had caught, and had bicycle races, and, famously, played football.
This, we do not know: What if they had decided not to go back to fighting? This books offers one possible answer.