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 Alfred Anderson once said...

But there was a dead silence that morning, right across the land as far as you could see. We shouted 'Merry Christmas,' even though nobody felt merry. The silence ended early in the afternoon and the killing started again. It was a short peace in a terrible war.

In Miscellaneous Quotes, by Alfred Anderson

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