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During a 24-hour holiday truce amid the Battle of the Bulge, American army captain John Myers (Craig Olejnik) and a Belgian girl named Alina (Ali Liebert) meet and fall in love. Separated during the Battle of the Bulge, an American captain (Craig Olejnik) and the Belgian woman (Ali Liebert) he loves vow to reunite on the first Christmas Eve after the end of World War II.Written by
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Even though this really happened, it was British soldiers and Germans, there were no Americans involved, pathetic to change a true story to again make the Americans look like heroes, every time they change history, they look like fools.......very good movie about it called Joyeux Noel
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