….when the murdering briefly stopped. Soldiers from both sides ignored the state, came together, socialized, and exchanged gifts as human beings naturally do. (Thanks to Tom Woods for the link)
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Tag: World War I
As we begin Memorial Day weekend, we are sure to hear the usual drivel about the supposed glories of war and American exceptionalism. I offer as tonic this little poem by G.K. Chesterton, “The English Graves,” written in the wake of World War I. Chesterton was an English patriot who much preferred the tranquil peace …