In rememberance of the end of hostilities of WWI with the armistice on November 11th 1918 and due to popular demand we're starting a new topic challenge. From 2016-11-11 12:00 UTC to 2016-11-20 12:00 UTC we're challenging you to all your great questions about films/TV-shows centered on World War I.

Once the challenge is over, we'll tally the results and winners (by question score) here. Also don't forget to suggest and vote for new topics for our next possible challenge.

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The challenge is over and the top-voted question (with a score of 6 and ~50 views) was asked by ghostdog, which makes him the winner of this challenge:

1. How true-to-life was 'Joyeux Noel'?

The other questions asked, in order of votes are (the numbers are the votes and views):

  1. Why film in Canada when there's plenty of land in Montana? (3 / ~414)

  2. Does Wolverine fight for the U.S or for Canada in the WWI montage of X-Men Origins: Wolverine? (2 / ~62) *

* While it is quite a stretch to call the film itself "centered on WWI", given that its treatment basically amounts to 3 seconds of opening montage, the question is still remarkable in that it is explicitly about the treatment of WWI within the film.

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