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WW1 The Christmas Truce - Dec 25, 1914

  World War 1 had a death toll of over 17 million, and in this video, you'll see a touching piece of humanity amongst this tragic moment in history. On December 25th, 1914 young British and German men were fighting for both their countries knowing they would not be with their families for Christmas and may never return to see them again. The Christmas Truce of WW1 shows just how this time of year can bring together people for the better even in the most darkest of times.

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How We Have Christmas in Britain

How We Have Christmas in Britain

It's that time of the year, Christmas is just around the corner and manyfamilies around the world are planning how they will spend the festiveholidays. To celebrate this exciting season of the year, we thought it would be jolly fun to share how Britain celebrates Christmas. So let's get crackin’ and find out How We have Christmas in Britain… Bang! A traditional British Christmas is likely to be a loud and exciting one asus British relish the opportunity to celebrate with a bang.During the festive period and especially on the big day, many Britons pair up and pull Christmas Crackers...

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Why Do British People Wear Bowler Hats?

Why Do British People Wear Bowler Hats?

Or why did British people wear bowler hats? that would be the correct question... In the minds of many North Americans and other foreigners exist the image of the British gent heading off to work or galavanting around dressed in his bowler hat, pinstripe suit and carrying an umbrella. It was a fashion that was firmly being phased out by the 1960s, but before then it was hard to find a head in London without one. And before the bowler hat, one of the very things that noticeably separated the classes in society were the hats they wore. The upper classes...

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What Happens When You Drunk Text a Doctor Who Fan?

What Happens When You Drunk Text a Doctor Who Fan?

 

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The Red Telephone Booth History What You Never Knew

The Red Telephone Booth History What You Never Knew

The Man Behind The Booth The famous phone box was designed by British architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. The leading architect's most other famous achievements were structures such as the Liverpool Cathedral, Waterloo Bridge and Battersea Power Station. It All Began In 1926 First introduced to the streets of London in 1926, the red K2 telephone booth were only for the capital and erected within other areas under special circumstances. The Big K2's Little Sister K6 Takes Over Weighing over a tonne, the K2 is quite a remarkable and imposing structure. On the top of the kiosk, on all four sides...

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