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Christmas in the trenches. Topping this week's Viral Video Charts is UK grocer Sainsbury's take on the historic 1914 Christmas Truce, where factions of German, British, and French soldiers suddenly stopped fighting to wish each other merry Christmas, sing carols, and even play soccer in "no-man's land"—the dead-zone between the two sides. At 10.5 million views and counting, the piece reminds people that despite what divides us, the things that connect us are far more powerful. Sales of the chocolate bar featured in the ad will go to a charity.
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