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Elsewhere the fighting continued and casualties did occur on Christmas Day. Some officers were unhappy at the truce and worried that it would undermine fighting spirit. After , the High Commands on both sides tried to prevent any truces on a similar scale happening again.

Despite this, there were some isolated incidents of soldiers holding brief truces later in the war, and not only at Christmas. In what was known as the 'Live and Let Live' system, in quiet sectors of the front line, brief pauses in the hostilities were sometimes tacitly agreed, allowing both sides to repair their trenches or gather their dead.

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Amanda Mason. Friday 8 December The Christmas Truce has become one of the most famous and mythologised events of the First World War. But what was the real story behind the truce?