Behold my Christmas Lego scene for this year!
On Life Day, which fell during the Battle of Hoth, Imperial Troops heard Rebel Soldiers singing Life Day carols in their trenches. The Snowtroopers caroled back, and soon a flag of temporary truce was erected. Rebel and Imperial soldiers met in the “no-man’s land” at the front and exchanged gifts, shared food and drink, and generally celebrated the holiday together. The generals on each side — Veers and Rieekan — were opposed to this, but unable to prevent the troops from participating. By the time each found out, the soldiers had returned to their positions and artillery had recommenced.