1914 CE
British and German soldiers exchange chocolate on Christmas Day of 1914

On Christmas Day of 1914, chocolate was one of the gifts exchanged between British and German soldiers who came out of the trenches to greet each other during a temporary truce in “No Man’s Land.”

Source: Denson, J. (2012). The Christmas Truce of World War I. Mises Institute.

Drugs: Cacao (cocoa, chocolate)
Regions: Europe
Topics: Drugs and war