The meaning of Christmas around the world

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Christmas Crackers! The meaning of Christmas around the world. (1) Christ's Mass greetings; (2) Robert Louis Stephenson; (3) Captain Cook off Christmas Island; (4) Christmas in Australia; (5) Admirers give monkeys presents; (6) In Ireland a candle is lit to guide travellers; (7) The marriage of Henry III's daughter on Christmas Day in 1252; (8) Henry VIII preferred a small pig on for his Christmas meal; (9) Christmas cakes. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 362 (21 December 1968).

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