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Pictured: Soldiers at the front would use whatever means they could to get a message home to their loved ones. This soldier chose to send home an annotated luggage label as a novel souvenir.
Previously unseen accounts of the First World War Christmas Day truce from the German side have come to light over 100 years on.
British historian Anthony Richards has pored over hundreds of German diaries to shed new light on the temporary ceasefire in 1914.
The fascinating accounts include one by a soldier who described the truce as a 'miracle' and called enemy troops his 'brothers'.