Watch how Christmas eve united the British and German soldiers during the WWI era in 1914 as Christmas Truce, featured in Sainsbury's new Christmas Ad
As a kid we all believe in those Christmas stories while listening and singing to those enchanting Christmas carols but as we grow although we might all have figured out all those questions we had but still we all celebrate and narrate the same stories to upcoming generations as well. You must have heard of Christmas surprises but have you ever heard of it in one of those conflicting places of war except for those homecoming soldiers, so here we have one of the historic moments in world history that witnessed Christmas eve bringing the British soldiers and German soldiers together in the era of World War I (WWI). It was Pope Benedict XV's idea to have a temporary interruption of the war for Christmas eve but obviously which was rejected by stubborn Countries on war to accept any type of cease fire between enemy troops, but it was humanity and spirit of the Christmas that won as the soldiers declared their very own unofficial holiday cease fire which is popularly known as the Christmas Truce of 1914.
Since it was one of the iconic movements of the world history many of us might not be aware of it. So Sainsbury's supermarket decided to let everyone know of this historic Christmas eve that united enemy soldier to celebrate