|McCutcheon, John. (2006) Christmas in the Trenches. Illustrated by Henri Sørensen. Peachtree Press.
For more information about this book and curriculum connections, locate
the "Glimpses of the Past through Literature and Story Telling." Column: School Library Media Activities Monthly by Sharron L. McElmeel. Dec 2006, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p38-40, 3p. Features: "Christmas in the Trenches," by John McCutcheon, "Hiding From the
Nazis," by David A. Adler and "Prairie Christmas," by Elizabeth Van
Check your library's periodical database for access to this article; or request via interlibrary loan.
Go to Peachtree Publisher's site featuring Christmas in the Trenches.
YouTube Video of John McClutcheon singing his rendition of "Christmas in the Trenches."
Christmas in the Trenches - an account from World War I -- in the trenches, on the front
Christmas in the Trenches - 1914; Eyewitness History
Jim Murphy has written a wonderful and well-researched non-fiction book
providing the background information about World War I and aabout the
events that took place during the Christmas season, December
1941. The book contains many source notes and resources
related to the truce and World War I. The following are updated
and complete citations for the websites that Murphy includes in the
appendix of his book.
Hanlon, Mike. (2004) "World War I - Trenches on the Web." Mike Hanlon of the Great War Society. WEB. <www.worldwar1.com>.
EdTechTeacher.org. (2001-2009) "Best of History Web Sites." WEB.
<www.besthistorysites.net> (Note: Information about World
War I can be found in the "modern history" section).
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University. Search the "Site
Index" using the key words "World War I" as the search term.
Roberts, David. (2009) "The War Poetry Web Site - The First World War
and Contemporary War Poetry." WEB. <www.warpoetry.co.uk>