The truce of WWI (Live and let live)

If you’re encountering this book and want to participate: Put your responses to these questions in the comments section!  This is part of the class entitled “52 Weeks to the Wiccan Rede.”  You can find out more by clicking on “Beginning Practice.”

This phrase often refers to the actions of soldiers in World War I trenches.  Soldiers would unload their weapons in a non-combative way to foster a feeling of peace between trenches when soldiers were not in immediate combat.  This facilitated temporary standoffs.  Why do you think soldiers engaged in this behavior?  Would you see the enemy as human instead of “evil”?

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2 responses to “The truce of WWI (Live and let live)

  1. Pingback: Week 3: LIVE AND LET LIVE | Pagan Pages

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