In Photos: Christmas and War

Christmas in Gaza, Palestine, 1941. V.A.Ds (Voluntary Aid Detachments) preparing their Christmas decorations at the 1st Australian General Hospital

An older female refugee sits in Baqa’a Refugee Camp in Lebanon in this historical photo. (UNRWA)
Zionist "triumph" 1948

South Vietnam, 1971. Private (Pte) David McColl of Page, ACT, hanging puddings to mature before Christmas. Pte McColl spent his spare time during the weeks leading up to Christmas supplementing the supply of Christmas cakes and puddings provided by families and friends of soldiers still serving in Vietnam.

F-16 air strikes on Gaza Strip just at the time when the world is celebrating Christmas and New Year.

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