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The destruction of Columbus Day is about more than one Italian's reputation, it's a battle over the cultural framework of the United States.
On Christmas Day of 1914, at least 100,000 British and German troops stopped fighting, climbed out of their trenches and met each other in No-Man's-Land.
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