What was Christmas like for men forced to spend it in trenches, for their families at home and for German prisoners of war in Scotland? Come and find out at Digging In!
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About Know Your Enemy: Truces & Fraternisation in WW1
Join us on Sunday 17th of December to find out what was Christmas like for men forced to spend it in the trenches, for their families at home and for German prisoners of war in Scotland.
2.00pm Stobs Camp: Past and Present Andrew Jepson & Dianne Swift tell the story of Germans who were imprisoned and British soldiers who trained on this windswept hillside near Hawick.
3.30pm Christmas by Candlelight: A service in the trenches, led by University of Glasgow chaplain Reverend Stuart MacQuarrie, with singing by Brianna Robertson-Kirkland.
All day activities: Make a Christmas decoration, a pocket teddy bear or taste some holiday treats at War & Peas, our Home Front allotment.
Also living history with Scots in the Great War.
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