WEB Notes: This story and video is a great example, there would be no war if it were not for the children of Satan.
(Video, Source: WND) – The date was Dec. 24, 1914 – Christmas Eve.
In the battered trenches of World War I’s Western Front near Saint-Yvon, Belgium, a crisp, winter wind was wisping away the scents of gunpowder, smoke and blood.
But on that same breeze, exactly 100 years ago this Christmas, the British troops, worn and weary in their midnight trenches, heard a familiar tune come wafting over the battlefield. It was the German troops, just a few yards away in trenches of their own, singing the traditional Christmas Carol, “Stille Nacht.” English speakers know the song better as “Silent Night.”