Crosby's WW2 White Christmas

Crosby's WW2 White Christmas

Bing Crosby sang White Christmas for 100,000 tearful troops in France during World War 2. He said the hardest thing he had to do in his career was to not break down himself at that time. Many of the troops would die at the Battle of the Bulge shortly after.

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